These small, finger sized, peppers were brought to Spain from Mexico by returning conquistadores and first cultivated in a Galician monastery, where they became known as Pimientos de Padron.
They have now become a popular tapa in Spain, served fried and sprinkled with salt; they taste fresh and mild with an occasional spicy pepper providing an exciting contrast!
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Brindisa buys through a specialist wholesaler outside Barcelona who source a wide range of high quality fresh fruit and vegetables. They buy DOP peppers from Padron between May and October and source them from Alicante for the rest of the year.
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