Try Nardello peppers by simply blistering them in hot olive oil and seasoning with salt. You eat the whole pepper, other than the stem. They’re a bit sweet, not spicy, amazingly rich, and almost buttery in their texture, with just a hint of smokiness from the charring of the skins that happens in the pan.
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