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Organic Fig Chutney - Kallisti Natural
Organic Fig Chutney - Kallisti Natural
Organic Fig Chutney - Kallisti Natural

Askada Farm

Organic Fig Chutney

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6.35 oz / 180 gr

The sweet and spicy fig chutney is a combination of ginger and sultanas, which gradually unravels layers of flavor!

Made with organic figs of Kymi, sultanas, onions, and ginger, to produce a full-flavored complement for many foods. 

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This artisan product has endless sweet and savory applications. Fitting with a wide range of food types, from cheeses to meat, to a simple dip on the side.  

Gluten-free, Vegan, no artificial color, no pectin, no preservatives.

A fantastic addition to richly flavored meats, or cured sausages, and absolutely delicious even as a burger topping. You can also use it on grilled cheese, or as a spread to take your grilled sandwich to the next level! Dilute slightly with water and use to glaze meats & poultry with roasted, sweet potatoes and butternut squash. Mix it with Greek yogurt to make dips, or whisk into a vinaigrette with olive oil and use it as a salad dressing!

Wanna read an amazing fig story?

Let’s start with the word “Askada”. Askada comes from the ancient Greek word for figs, “ischada”.  Nowadays, in the local dialect of Kymi, Askada is called the final product that comes from two sundried figs opened and pressed together.

Askada Farm was established by Evaggelia and Stathis with love and respect to the special variety of figs that grow in this particular place in Greece, Kymi, Evia island.

Over the past few years, Evaggelia and Stathis have been operating a fig farm beside Melas river, close to the village Andronianoi, which is dedicated to organic cultivation and committed to offering you the unique taste of these precious figs.

Just in this very place in Greece can be found the trees that give birth to such fruits with delicate skin and remarkable taste, along with the unique process Evvagelia and Stathis follow to dehydrate them.

Every year in August, a group of people becomes a company that unites its forces to produce the ASKADA fig.

The fig of Kymi for you to enjoy!

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This artisan product has endless sweet and savory applications. Fitting with a wide range of food types, from cheeses to meat, to a simple dip on the side.  

Gluten-free, Vegan, no artificial color, no pectin, no preservatives.

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A fantastic addition to richly flavored meats, or cured sausages, and absolutely delicious even as a burger topping. You can also use it on grilled cheese, or as a spread to take your grilled sandwich to the next level! Dilute slightly with water and use to glaze meats & poultry with roasted, sweet potatoes and butternut squash. Mix it with Greek yogurt to make dips, or whisk into a vinaigrette with olive oil and use it as a salad dressing!

Meet the people behind this product!

Wanna read an amazing fig story?

Let’s start with the word “Askada”. Askada comes from the ancient Greek word for figs, “ischada”.  Nowadays, in the local dialect of Kymi, Askada is called the final product that comes from two sundried figs opened and pressed together.

Askada Farm was established by Evaggelia and Stathis with love and respect to the special variety of figs that grow in this particular place in Greece, Kymi, Evia island.

Over the past few years, Evaggelia and Stathis have been operating a fig farm beside Melas river, close to the village Andronianoi, which is dedicated to organic cultivation and committed to offering you the unique taste of these precious figs.

Just in this very place in Greece can be found the trees that give birth to such fruits with delicate skin and remarkable taste, along with the unique process Evvagelia and Stathis follow to dehydrate them.

Every year in August, a group of people becomes a company that unites its forces to produce the ASKADA fig.

The fig of Kymi for you to enjoy!

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