padron peppers

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    Recipe Roasted aubergine, potatoes, Padrón peppers and caper berries

    This is essentially a simple tray bake. You could serve it as a side with grilled meat, chicken or fish or as I did, with and egg added for a vegetarian main meal/breakfast. Caper berries taste slightly milder than capers and have a little crunch. They are the immature fruit rather than the bud...
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    Recipe Potatoes with Padrón peppers and black lime

    Spicy, smoky, sweet and sour is the best way I can describe this dish. It could be a Spanish dish except for the black lime, which comes from the middle East. Black limes (sometimes known as Persian limes) are whole dried limes. I find the best way to use them is to pierce them in a few places...
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    Blistered Padrón peppers with green herb dip

    This dip is somewhat inspired by American ranch dressing but there is no buttermilk or mayo here. Padron peppers are a common ingredient for tapas in Spain. They are usually very mild except that occasionally you can come across a hot one. So you can play a sort of chilli roulette with this...
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