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Grilling: Pimientos de Padrón

Grilling Joshua Bousel 14 comments

Fresh, fruity, salty and mostly mild, these little Spanish peppers are a perfect quick accompaniment to almost anything. More

Grilled Pimientos de Padrón

Serious Eats Joshua Bousel 1 comment

Fresh, fruity, salty and mostly mild, these little Spanish peppers are a perfect quick accompaniment to almost anything. More

Serious Heat: Culinary Russian Roulette with Padron Chiles

Serious Heat Andrea Lynn 8 comments

Note: On Thursdays, Andrea Lynn, senior editor of Chile Pepper magazine, drops by with some Serious Heat. This week, she joined forces with travel writer Kate Mulcrone to discover the mystery of a Moroccan spice blend. Photograph from WordRidden on Flickr With the start of summer, the hunt at the local farmers' markets begin for my seasonal chile addiction--pimientos de Padron. In season from mid-June through September, what makes this crinkly, small green chile pepper originally from Spain so magical? It's playing Russian roulette with your food. While a majority of the chiles are mild, there will be about 1 out of 10 that will deliver a pow to your taste buds. Quickly cooked in olive oil and brushed with... More

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