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 Pimientos de Padron
200 ml sunflower oil
50 ml tahina
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