Authentic fire-roasted piquillo peppers. The D.O. Lodosa designation of origin certifies these piquillo peppers are solely the preserved, entire fruit grown and prepared within an eight municipality area in Spain. It assures the highest-quality piquillo, with a spicy-sweet flavor suitable for numerous tapas, including being stuffed with bonito del norte tuna.
Included in the Saveur 100 with other top-quality Spanish conservas (preserved foods).
Piquillo peppers have a triangular shape and rich, red color. Harvested by hand between the middle of September and November each year, the peppers are cleaned and fire-roasted, then one-by-one meticulously hollowed, skinned, and deseeded. Along with a complex flavor, the peppers are an excellent source of vitamin C, fiber, potassium, and calcium.
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Ingredients: piquillo peppers d.o. lodosa, salt, citric acid. Net Weight: 7.77 ounces/220 grams. Approximately 14 pieces per jar. 12 jars per factory case. Nutritional information.
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