Piquillo Peppers Stuffed with Bonito del Norte Tuna$16.95
- Fire roasted piquillo peppers
- Stuffed with line-caught tuna
- Covered in a light tomato sauce
- Delicious and ready-to-eat tapa!
- 4 stuffed peppers per tin
- Size - 10.5 oz/300 gr
Two of Spain's culinary treasures come together in a perfect marriage! Fire-roasted piquillo peppers are sweet and smoky, shaped perfectly for stuffing. Ortiz then prepares a filling of premium Bonito del Norte tuna in a creamy béchamel sauce. The stuffed peppers are then covered in a light tomato sauce. Heat and serve to enjoy a gourmet tapa in minutes!
Bonito del Norte tuna is line caught in the Basque country one by one. This small tuna has a delicate, rich flavor that makes it among the most prized fish in Spain. The harvest is dolphin-friendly and these small tuna have very few toxins that you might find in larger tuna.
Four whole stuffed peppers per tin.
Piquillo peppers, white tuna, milk, tomatoes, olive oil, wheat flour, tapioca, onions, sugar, garlic, salt.
Serving size 1 cup (215g) Servings about 2. Calories 200, fat calories 80. Total fat 8g (10%) saturated fat 0g, cholesterol 40mg (15%), sodium 1090mg (45%), carbohydrate 20g (8%), dietary fiber 0g, sugars 0g and protein 8g. Vitamin A 0%, vitamin C 8%, Calcium 8% and Iron 8%. * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"Much tastier than I expected. I liked them warm and cold. No extremes of flavor and not spicy hot. A good snack to keep around that doesn't require any preparation. I will buy them again. "
joyce - milwaukee, WI February 2021
"This is a must get. The subtle sauce is a perfect compliment to the tuna and peppers. Wish I had ordered more!"
Jason - McAllen, TX December 2020
"this is one of my favorites!"
eileen - Knoxville, TN November 2018
"Quality good tasting reward to myself"
Tom - Dallas, OR April 2017
Richard - Prairieville, LA May 2016
"estan muy buenos"
anonimo - College Station, TX April 2016
"Always love these. One of Spain's best tapas and this is a delicious version."
LAUGHREN - CHICAGO, IL November 2015
"I enjoyed the flavor of these bites of tuna-stuffed piquillo peppers (I am really liking these Spanish peppers), but not so much the texture. both the exterior and stuffing were a little soft for my taste, and I would have given these the highest rating if they had a little more bite to them."
beth - New York June 2013
Jesus - Banks June 2013
"YUM--I have ordered this a few times for myself and for gifts. Everyone loves it."
Ashley - Winston Salem, North Carolina December 2012
"best tuna I've ever had"
Sally - November 2011
"Surprisingly delicious. Tried these once out of a brave curiosity and now they are a favorite of ours. Especially good warmed up and served on crusty bits of bread."
John - September 2011
"These little delectables are amazing! My husband eats a whole can at a time, doesn't even bother with a plate...open can, get fork, eat. What a guy! He's so fussy...if these weren't to die for, I wouldn't be here buying more. YUM!! Leave it to the Harris Family to find these incredible edibles for us! THANKS!!"
Gary - March 2011
"My husband ate the whole thing and loved it. I've given this as a gift to a friend who feels the same. Lovely tapas!"
Dawn - October 2010
"This makes a great meal for 2 served warm over pasta. Very quick, easy and delicious!"
J - August 2010
"I served these as tapas for Christmas Eve. There was a wonderful, smoky flavor that was simply superb! I also highly recommend the piquillos stuffed with bacalao and a creamy, more subtle sauce. As a single person, it is too much bother to stuff my own piquillos and confect a sauce. I have tried, but now... No need to! Bravo! "
Christy - December 2009
JD - December 2009