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DRIED CHILI PEPPERS

PEP003
30
€ 2,00
20%
€ 1,60
For suggestions and methods of use we advise you to see the recipes section on our website www.madamaoliva.it/ricette

The chili pepper has a very ancient history. It was first mentioned in the biography of Montezuma, a member of the Aztec dynasty who spent his time eating dishes based on chili during his imprisonment, in the company of his concubines. In more recent times, it was Christopher Columbus who imported it from the Americas, and the Spanish introduced it to Europe. People soon realized that it was an easily cultivable plant that could adapt to many climates.
The Italian name "Peperoncino" stems from the Latin Capiscum, where capsa means box; indeed, this fruit has a very similar shape to a box containing its seeds. An alternative theory is that the name derives from the Greek Kapto, which means to bite, referring to the spicy flavor that "bites" the palate upon tasting.

Valore energetico kcal324
Valore energetico kj1356
Proteine g10,60
Carboidrati g70,00
di cui ZUCCHERI g41,00
Grassi g5,81
di cui SATURI g1,00
Fibre g28,70
Sale g2,30
Dried chillies
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DRIED CHILI PEPPERS

PEP003
30
€ 2,00
20%
€ 1,60
€ 2,00
20%
€ 1,60
Per suggerimenti e modalità di utilizzo ti consigliamo di consultare la sezione ricette sul nostro sito www.madamaoliva.it/ricette
DESCRIZIONE

The chili pepper has a very ancient history. It was first mentioned in the biography of Montezuma, a member of the Aztec dynasty who spent his time eating dishes based on chili during his imprisonment, in the company of his concubines. In more recent times, it was Christopher Columbus who imported it from the Americas, and the Spanish introduced it to Europe. People soon realized that it was an easily cultivable plant that could adapt to many climates.
The Italian name "Peperoncino" stems from the Latin Capiscum, where capsa means box; indeed, this fruit has a very similar shape to a box containing its seeds. An alternative theory is that the name derives from the Greek Kapto, which means to bite, referring to the spicy flavor that "bites" the palate upon tasting.

DICHIARAZIONE NUTRIZIONALE PER 100G
Valore energetico kcal324
Valore energetico kj1356
Proteine g10,60
Carboidrati g70,00
di cui ZUCCHERI g41,00
Grassi g5,81
di cui SATURI g1,00
Fibre g28,70
Sale g2,30
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Dried chillies
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