It's purple

The purple color is due to natural anthocyanins, which are originally present in cabbage species. The purple color is simply a variation that nature offers us.

It is bursting with antioxidants that are good for our resistance in the cold winter months.

Vercitility

With Coraletta you can easily bring a special dish to the table.
It adds colour, taste and character to starters, such as a salad with apple and blue cheese and Coraletta can also be included in delicious main courses.
For example, think of Asian noodles with coconut, nuts and Coraletta, or added to side dishes like oven-baked sweet potato, cranberries and walnuts.

Do not cook!

Coraletta can be prepared in many different ways: stir-fried, steamed, baked, roasted or even raw and the taste remains surprisingly delicious. Just don’t boil Coraletta as it will loose its attractive colour.

In short, Coraletta is for anyone who just wants to add a surprising twist to a dish.
Coraletta, a culinary surprise!

A winter vegetable

Coraletta are a typical winter vegetable!

They are available from most supermarkets and greengrocers from November to February.