"If you can't find Padron peppers, any small fresh pepper will work, especially jalapeno or red Fresno chile peppers." — Chef John
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fresh Padron chile peppers
garlic, peeled, halved
red pepper flakes
Super easy and very good. I have a huge pepper crop this year, and am making lots of these. great on sandwiches, pizza, nachos.
We've made these twice using banana peppers and serranos. The sweetness makes these addicting and the spice of the serrano blends nicely with the flavors.
Amazing! I used this for a rainbow assortment of peppers. It was a HUGE hit with my family! Thank You for sharing it!
At last, something else to do with our abundance of Padron's! This recipe was a hit at deer camp with my husband and his hunting buddies.
I'm making this review just after making these. My pepper crop this year is Amazing! This recipe is by far the easiest thing I've ever done! If the peppers turn out right- It will be the best recipe ever!!
We planted tooo many peppers this year and the usual loss of 1/2 our crop due to drought is reversed this year. Much rain and an over growth of peppers. I have Jalapenos galore and am canning for our Fall sale at church. This is an extraordinary recipe. Thank you for sharing. Anaheim peppers are also wonderful in this recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Pickled Padron Peppers
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 17
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