Pan Fried Padron Peppers (Pimientos de Padron)

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by Michael on August 14, 2012 · 0 comments

in Appetizers,Recipes,Vegetarian

Sometimes there is little you can do to improve something. Take these little Padron peppers. You just heat a heavy skillet to medium high, add two tablespoons of olive oil, 2 cups of the padron peppers, and a good sprinkling of salt.

Let them start to just brown and flip. basically cook on each side about two minutes until they start to soften.

These things go great with a cold beer. But be careful, some are spicy most are not but part of the fun is the Russian roulette that you play with your food.

These can be hard to find. I blasted all the twitter hashtags for foodies and farms with my request and bingo, I found some at one of the best farmer’s markets I have ever shopped at. South of the James Market. Tomten Farm had exactly what I was looking for. The whole trip down south of the river made a great morning for all of us.

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