The piquillo pepper’s sweet taste and crunchy texture make it a kitchen favourite. It can be added to an endless number of dishes. Cut into sticks for a snack or diced for slow-cooked meals, piquillo peppers boast impressive nutritional value and few calories. Rich in luteolin and capsiate, piquillo peppers are said to enclose cancer-fighting properties. They are also said to have neurological benefits that improve memory and learning.
Piquillo pepper, water, sugar, salt, citric acid, calcium chloride.