Compared to a traditional pepper, you can recognise Sweet Palermo thanks to the shape of its neck, the more tender and thin rind which has few seeds. Its sweet, delicate flavour make it special for every occasion and, in many ways, it’s different to a traditional pepper. It can be used as a snack or as an addition to tasty recipes. You can serve it salted, grilled, steam-cooked or grilled; if raw, dice it, chop it into cubes, strips or rings to add an extra touch to your dishes. Sweet Palermo is cultivated by highly-qualified producers operating in the production areas in Sicily.
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