piquillo

piquillo

(Spanish piˈkiʎo)
n, pl -quillos
(Cookery) a variety of sweet red pepper grown in the Ebro River Valley in N Spain
[C21: Spanish]
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Classic sandwiches such as home smoked maple-cured salmon pinwheels and chicken, piquillo pepper and rocket on turmeric bread will be served alongside a variety of exciting additions for the Easter tea.
Harry made his own pizza to include ragu, nduja, prawns and piquillo peppers (PS8).
Pastry chefs around the world are now using new moulds imitating fruits and vegetables such as lime, tangerines, piquillo pepper, asparagus, tomato and olives.
90) with filling including shredded chicken and red pepper piquillo - and, of course, chorizo with chicken, cheese and peppers.
Finish it off with some sauteed chopped piquillo peppers and chives.
Then to break the monotony of bitter and savory, the bonbon is laid on a bed of caramelized ragout of piquillo peppers-a truly innovative interpretation using traditional ingredients.
Choose from dishes including piquillo peppers stuffed with Spanish black pudding, hake with creamy Albarino sauce and slow cooked rabbit on the bone in a thyme sauce.
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POPCORN SALAD WITH PIQUILLO VINAIGRETTE Chef Janett Stieber of Eat Me, Speak Me restaurant in Atlanta generously shared this recipe.
Co-owner Peter Kinsella said: "Two favourites that we get lots of demand for include the stuffed Piquillo peppers PS1.
Higher than 30 degrees Celsius, the plant When it comes to red Piquillo peppers with a Designation of Origin of Lodosa, the harvesting is carried out manually when the pepper has reached the perfect size (8 to 10 centimetres) and a deep red colour.