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Hot Pepper in Olive Oil

Peperoncino Piccante in Olio d'Oliva

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The sweet and smoky flavor of peperoncino (spicy pepper) from Salerno has a surprising fire that is felt all over the mouth.

IASA uses a variety of pepper called Capsicum Annuum "Amando," commonly referred to as 'Amante' peppers by locals. The fresh, brilliant crimson peppers are mashed to a coarse paste, mixed with olive oil, and left to macerate for a few months to develop many layers of complex flavors. 

This peperoncino is the perfect ingredient and complement to many traditional dishes of Campania and Calabria, in southern Italy.

 

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Last Updated: 18 November 2019

Description

The sweet and smoky flavor of peperoncino (spicy pepper) from Salerno has a surprising fire that is felt all over the mouth.

IASA uses a variety of pepper called Capsicum Annuum "Amando," commonly referred to as 'Amante' peppers by locals. The fresh, brilliant crimson peppers are mashed to a coarse paste, mixed with olive oil, and left to macerate for a few months to develop many layers of complex flavors. 

This peperoncino is the perfect ingredient and complement to many traditional dishes of Campania and Calabria, in southern Italy.

 

Product Details

Product CodeUnit SizeUnit / CaseCase WeightUPC CodeNotes
51754 100 gr/3.5 oz 12 2.2 kg/5 lb 7-93232-51754-4
51758 540 gr/19 oz 6 7 kg/15 lb 7-93232-51758-2 new size

Serving Suggestions

Serving Suggestions

  • Use as condiment for grilled sausages and pork.
  • Use in marinating fish or meat before grilling.
  • Dilute with extra virgin olive oil and toss with spaghetti.
  • Stir a spoonful into aioli and spread on sandwiches or dollop on soft-boiled eggs.
  • Drizzle over sausage and broccoli rabe pizza.

Nutrition & Ingredients

Ingredients

hot peppers, olive oil, salt

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