The happy faces and the smiles and the ‘ohhh and yes’ are all over the place when I put a bowl of Pimientos de Padron on the table at home. We all love it so much. Daughter Lalaine lives in Spain, we once rented a house in Galicia for a whole summer and ate Pimientos de Padron every day. As a snack. Als a starter. You can also get them here. And it’s a party right away. This tahina sauce also brings me right back home to the Middle East.
250 gram 250 Pimientos de Padron
200 ml 200 sunflower oil
50 ml 50 tahina
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