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These are THE BEST of the sweet and slightly spicy chiles out there. Someone said this is like a cross between a sweet bell pepper, tomato, and a watermelon. I'm not sure where the watermelon comes in, but these are a necessity when it comes to any cheese plate. Try this with a very nice but not strong blue cheese (like Buttermilk Blue). It's amazing! I also use these in a cold tortellini pasta salad with Gorgonzola, shallots, and a mixture of honey-mustard and poppyseed salad dressing. Maybe a few green olives depending if I have any. These lovely peppadews make the salad memorable!Ann, Loma Linda, CA
GREAT!Pam, West Yarmouth, MA
Just right not too hot. Great in a salad.Diane, Bel Air, MD
love them. reordered twice just wish they weren't so priceyDiane, Bel Air, MD
I tried these a couple months back and now I am hopelessly addicted. That being said. I will be ordering them again soon.Julie, Warwick, RI
I’ve reordered this again and againVickie, Hendersonville, TN
Oh my goodness. They are soooo good! I almost wanted to order a case they’re that good.Julie, Warwick, RI
This is my third jar of peppers. These are great on homemade pizza.Marilyn, Milledgeville, GA
These sweet-and-tangy peppers have become a staple in my refrigerator. They're good as a side relish (like pickles); added to sandwiches, wraps, and tacos; slivered and mixed into salads or omelets; as a canape on crackers with a sharp cheese; as a garnish on rice dishes; or just about any other way.Phoebe, Columbus, OH
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Peppadew Piquante Peppers, Water, Sugar, Vinegar, Salt, Citric Acid, Ascorbic Acid, and Calcium Chloride. Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, soy, and milk products.
Serving size 30g (~1.1 oz.)
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Store in a cool dry place. Refrigeration is not needed.
Country of origin: United States