Jimmy Nardello (Frying Pepper)
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This is the current "go to" frying pepper for chefs and in-the-know home gardeners. Although this pepper looks dangerous, it's actually sweet and full of flavor. It's versatility and ease of growing make it an extremely popular choice for home gardeners. Thin-skinned and great for frying and drying, this pepper has been placed in the "Ark of Taste" by the Slow Food organization. Easy to fry up in good olive oil until soft and then finished with a dash of Kosher salt. Or roasted on a sheet pan in the oven for 20 minutes on 425 degrees. Either way, these peppers are sure to please you and all of your friends. Quite the sensation piled high on a platter, red and glistening. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org after you do it. You'll be thanking me and wishing you had grown 10 of these plants!
An Italian heirloom, brought to the United Sates in the late 19th century by Giuseppe and Angela Nardiello of Ruoti, Southern Italy.
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