- Featured in Food & Wine magazine
- 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.
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"Crisp, fresh and delicious. So many other products I have tried to buy are soggy and flat. I loved these."
Jeanne - San Marcos, CA - Mar 26, 2017
"Can't get enough of these peppers! They are fantastic!!"
Shawn - Knoxville, TN - Feb 26, 2017
"Wow! Spicy, but not to much. A great refreshing bite to a tapas platter. Mostly, now I've tried them, I can't wait to use them for a Bloody Mary! "
K - East Coast, NJ - Dec 21, 2016
"These peppers are a pleasant addition to a meal. They're not too hot but have a zip to them."
Robert B. Walker - Soquel, CA - Dec 11, 2016
"These are really really good finger food - spicy but not too hot and with a nice vinegar base (love vinegar) - we've tried several different brands and they all rock."
AcesFan - Billings, MT - Nov 12, 2016
James Fry - Dagsboro, DE - Jan 31, 2016
SCOTT EMERSON - CHIPPEWA FALLS, WI - Nov 15, 2015
Keith Winchell - Tucson, AZ - Nov 8, 2015
"First order we realized how good these peppers are, so we placed another order soon after."
Randolph Le Baron - Jacksonville, Florida - Sep 25, 2015
Dennis Kihlstrom - Eloy, AZ - Jun 5, 2015
vicki fekete - watkinsville, GA - Nov 23, 2014
"Can't have tapas without this, we are addicted to it"
Esther Orbera - Americus, GA - Nov 16, 2014
"A very good quality pepper without excess heat. Great taste."
LARRY WALL - CHICAGO - Jul 6, 2014
JAMES SCOTT - GREAT FALLS, MT - May 28, 2014
"The peppers were slightly disappointing in that they are very mld tasting. Their color,texture and remarkable packing in their jar, is good. I simply expected more flavor ,and have poured a little olive oil on them when serving."
Charlene Hiebel - Wetumpka, AL - May 4, 2014
"Crisp and delightfully tangy!-perfect"
Bruce Briggs - East Haddam, CT - May 4, 2014
"My husband and I love these as a snack, ordering 3 this time so there may be some left to make tapas. Mucho gracias"
Alana - Truro, NS - May 12, 2013
"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. "
Dee - Tampa, Florida - Jan 16, 2013
"Absolutely wonderful! They do have a bit of a kick but really great flavor. Complimented our bread, cheese and wine very well."
Keri Carlson - Dec 7, 2011
"My husband loves these. He snacks on them while watching tv."
Linda - Nov 13, 2011
Sally J - Nov 13, 2011
Clydo - Oct 10, 2011
"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)"
Mary S. - Sep 2, 2009