Some pastry chefs are already exploiting the mild, sweet flavor of peppers in desserts. If this is going far for some, the pepper has its place in the composition of a chutney, by definition sweet and salty. And there, some epicureans will say that our pepper chutney is eaten with a spoon! Its texture is full of melting pieces of peppers and onions, its sweet taste is enhanced by a hint of Espelette pepper... If it goes perfectly with curries, white meats, eggs and rice, it is therefore also excellent on toast for the aperitif!
On a bruschetta, in a vegetable gratin, with curry-based dishes, cold meats, foie gras...
- Red peppers 55% (origin EU), onions, apples, cane sugar, cider vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, sherry vinegar, spices including curry (MUSTARD, CELERY), salt, coloring: ordinary caramel, chilli Espelette 0.08%.
- Energy: 437kJ / 104kcal; Fat: 1.6g, of which fatty acids: 0.2g; Carbohydrates: 20g, of which sugars: 18g; Protein: 1.3g; Salt: 1.7g
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