Don't Forget The Pickled Peppers - Vibrant Color And Lusty Flavor To Tingle Your Tastebuds
  • There are 15 pickled pepper possibilities that range from fiery jalapenos to hot or sweet green and red cherry peppers to mildly hot pepperoncini and pickled sweet red bell peppers. Exotic golden pickled banana peppers are available in mild or hot varieties.

 

  • Convenient shelf staple, pickled peppers can be kept in the pantry to liven up any dish. Substitute for fresh peppers in virtually all recipes.

 

  • Pickled peppers are fat-free flavor enhancers, and a rich source of vitamins A and C with only 7 calories per ounce.

 

  • Pickled sweet or hot banana pepper rings will add color and zest to pasta primavera salad.

 

  • Pickled jalapeno peppers make a perfect topping for a tongue-tingling taco salad or fiery fajitas.

 

  • Toss chopped pepperoncini in a classic Tuscan salad of cannellini beans and red onion - dress with olive oil and red wine vinegar.

 

  • Slit and remove seeds from pickled pepperoncini peppers. Stuff with strips of mozzarella for an appetizer or buffet table.

 

  • Plump, colorful pickled cherry peppers perk up antipasto platters.

 

  • Chopped pickled peppers add gutsy flavor to chicken, tuna or egg salad.

 

  • Spice up potato salad with a variety of chopped pickled peppers.

 

  • Make meatloaf distinctive. To regular meatloaf mixture, add seeded, chopped red and green pickled cherry peppers and pickled jalapenos.