SPZ.0021.0180 SPZ.0021.0180

Natural Dried Hot Chilli Pepper Spice • Large jar

Net weight: 180 g - 6.35 oz

 No longer available




Serpentine Hot Pepper Spice from Teggiano PAT, naturally dried. A delicate hint of flavour to enrich vegetable dishes, combine with potatoes, grilled vegetables or soups to add a touch of smoky sweetness. Ideal for making sauces and dips to dress salads or to accompany fried foods. Moderate use is recommended.

COD: SPZ.0021.0180
EAN: 8055774550048

Serpentine pepper 30%, Sciuscillone pepper 70%.

Tips and curiosities of the tomolo

The Serpentine is an approximately 14 cm long, tapering hot pepper.

It can be eaten fresh, dried or processed. Its name is derived from its resemblance to a small snake.

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