Piquillo Chili Peppers have a sweet, smoky flavor profile
Try stuffed peppers with goat cheese, crab meat, or sausage.
Enjoy these roasted red peppers in a zesty salad with extra virgin olive oil and wine vinegar.
The "little beak" pepper, named for its shape, is hand picked from Lodoso, Northern Spain. This gourmet sweet pepper is fire roasted for a unique, smoky, and sweet flavor that is delicious in a wide variety of dishes.
Enjoy these peppers directly from the jar. Heat them on the grill before serving with chicken, steak, pork, or seafood. Toss these peppers with your favorite salad recipes. Chop them up before adding them to a breakfast scramble or potato dish. Or try stuffing these piquillo peppers with crab meat that's been sautéd with garlic.
You can also enjoy these mild chili peppers as part of a charcuterie board or cheese platter. Pair them with a selection of dry-cured meats, fresh fruit, and creamy cheeses for a delectable appetizer.
Piquillo peppers, salt, water, sugar, citric acid (acidulant), calcium chloride (as thickener).
Product of Peru