Pimientos Padrón Project – Happy End :)

Aw can’t believe this is “over” : )) Don’t cry though, this was a fruitful journey! Look at these beautiful home-grown padrón pepper plants, a great example that a small balcony should not be an obstacle to have a cute little garden with veggies growing in it🙂

Cute padrón pepper plants, that end up in the frying pan – a dash of olive oil, a small handful of chunky sea salt and a couple of minutes, done! Don’t forget to cover the pan though, jumpy little devils they are :))

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The red ones are not supposed to be hot: well, theory failed – they were ALL HOT!

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Yumyum… hot but delicious! Paired with a simple tapas dinner:

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Adios pimientos : ))

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12 Responses to “Pimientos Padrón Project – Happy End :)”
  1. ChgoJohn says:

    Well, that certainly is a happy ending. Yay!

  2. My husband has just returned from Spain and I asked him to bring back some seeds so cant wait to get started. The last time I tried, it didnt work so I am hoping that this time will be a bit of an improvement.

  3. Wow! Congratulations, they look fantastic🙂

  4. oh that all looks so tasty but I’m afraid of those hot peppers! Isn’t there a band called Red Hot Chili Peppers? Maybe that band got their name from watching them jump out of pans. Looks like a terrific grazing feast.

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