Pickled Peperoncino

Pickled Peperoncino

Pickled Peperoncino or Peperoncini is in Italy the name for small hot spice paprika. They're usually harvested when they're still green. For pickled peperoncino, on the other hand, the mature red peperoncino are used, which taste milder and have a slightly sweetish note. They can be cut into small pieces for salads and pasta or as a whole topping for pizza.

All data per 100 g:
0 kcal
8 g
1 g
0 g

Recipes with Pickled Peperoncino

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