- Nice moderate spiciness
- Tangy, sweet, and delicious!
- Size - 4.5 oz - About 40 peppers
These spicy-sweet little peppers are a favorite treat in the Basque Country.
The thin green peppers are picked early and packed in white wine vinegar creating a tangy and perfectly spicy treat. (They have the heat of something like a banana pepper but they are more delicate and complex.)
They are a favorite with guests. We find that they disappear very quickly and pair perfectly with a good cheese and a crisp white wine.
Guindilla peppers, wine vinegar, salt, citric acid as acidulant and ascorbic acid as antioxidant.
Serving size 2 pieces (15g). Servings per container 9. Calories 3. Total fat 0g, sat fat 0g, trans fat 0g, cholesterol 0mg, sodium 60mg (3%), total carbohydrates 1g, fiber 0g, sugar 0g, protein 0g, vitamin C 8%. Not a good source of vitamin A, calcium, iron.* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Average Customer Rating: 5 out of 5 based on 15 reviews
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Alana - Truro, NS
"My husband and I love these as a snack, ordering 3 this time so there may be some left to make tapas. Mucho gracias"
Don Walter - San Angelo , TX
Marvin Riddle - Bradenton, FL
Richard Mullins - Sagle, ID
James Thomas - Binghamton, NY
Dee - Tampa, Florida
"These are insanely good! If you like anything pickled with a little kick, you will love these. I ate the entire jar in two days. They are pickled in white wine vinegar, which adds a complexity to them to make them taste even better than most pickled products. "
Kelley - Scottsdale, Arizona
"Absolutely wonderful! They do have a bit of a kick but really great flavor. Complimented our bread, cheese and wine very well."
"My husband loves these. He snacks on them while watching tv."
"The guindillas peppers are uniquely delicious. I made the featured tapas of manchego, jamon & peppers and served them with a chilled pinot gris on a hot summer night. On that evening we lived happily ever after. (the fire factor was mild for my palate so combined with the other elements they worked with the wine)"