Ñora Pepper Pulp 135 g

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Ñora pepper pulp is a traditional Spanish ingredient made from dried ñora peppers that have been rehydrated and pureed. The ñora pepper is a small, round pepper with a sweet, smoky flavor that is similar to the choricero pepper.

To make ñora pepper pulp, the dried peppers are first toasted and then soaked in water until they are plump and soft. The flesh is then scraped from the skin and seeds, and the resulting pulp is pureed until smooth.

Ñora pepper pulp is commonly used as a base for sauces and stews in Spanish cuisine, particularly in the eastern region of the country. It adds a rich, complex flavor to dishes, and pairs well with a variety of meats and vegetables.

Ñora pepper pulp can also be used as a marinade for meat or fish, or as a spread for bread. It is a versatile ingredient that can add a unique and delicious flavor to a wide range of dishes. In fact, it is an essential ingredient in the famous Spanish dish, "paella," where it contributes to the dish's characteristic smoky flavor and deep red color.