A traditional pepper of the Basque region, these guindilla peppers in wine vinegar are also referred to as piparras. Yellowish-green and narrow with an elongated shape, they’re mild, spicy-sweet peppers that add a subtle heat to numerous Spanish dishes. Spear on a toothpick with an olive and anchovy for the classic "Gilda" pintxo found in bars throughout San Sebastián, or add them to a Bloody Mary for a unique garnish.
You'll save 60% compared to similar quality peppers available elsewhere as we import them ourselves. As one customer notes below, "I've traveled to Basque Country 10 times and finally I'm able to get the same flavors at home." The flavors of Basque Country, at a fair price, in the comfort of your own home. An enjoyable combination of facts.
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Ingredients: guindilla peppers, wine vinegar, salt, citric acid, ascorbic acid, sulfur dioxide. Net Weight: 10.58 ounces/300 grams. Approximately 40 peppers per jar. 12 jars per factory case. Nutritional information.
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