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The Padron Pepper is also known as the Pimientos de PadrÃ³n. . Since then it has been grown in the Padron region in north of Spain and after 400 years this chilli still is very popular. . Then fried in olive oil and salt and severed as a delicious Spanish tapas dish.
A favourite in Spain for tapas, it is traditionally served sauteed in olive oil and salted. Play a game of Russian roulette with these peppers– 1 in 20 may be hot!
Chilli 'Peter Pepper'. Chilli 'Pimientos de Padron'. Vegetable Seed Â» Chilli. 2- 4cm chillies are left on the bush the hotter they become. Not to WA. 15 seeds.
Pimientos de PadrÃ³n are small green peppers named after a town in Galicia Spain. They are usually fried in salt and served as a tapa. Chile Padron are about 5 .
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Pimientos de PadrÃ³n. An old Spanish tradition has found new soil at MIDYIM ECO PRODUCE, Conondale. PIMIENTOS DE PADRÃ“N are small green peppers .