Padrón peppers. Appetizer

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Os pementos de Padrón, uns pican e outros non (the Padrón peppers, some are hot and others are not) is the typical phrase that is said when these tiny green peppers are eaten, especially when some scoundrel appears that bites like a demon. It seems that those that sting are those that have a twisted shape. Originally from the Galician town of Padrón, it is one of the little treasures that summer gives us and they are so easy to prepare that any novice can cook them.

Ingredients: 250 gr. of Padrón peppers, salt and olive oil.

Preparation: We wash the peppers and dry them very well so that later they do not jump. Heat abundant oil in a frying pan over medium heat, when it is warm add the peppers and place a lid on the pan. We let them cook for a couple of minutes and turn.

Without being toasted, remove the peppers with a slotted spoon and place them in an appropriate container with a pinch of salt on top. Serve hot. We should not remove the tails from the Padrón peppers, as it is more practical to eat them with your hands.

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