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Fried Mini Peppers

in Olive Oil
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Fried Mini Peppers

Fried Mini Peppers - Olive oil, salt and pepper—nothing more is needed for this tasty snack

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Difficulty:
easy
Difficulty
Preparation:
10 min.
Preparation
Calories:
115
calories
Calories

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Nutritional values

One serving of these peppers contains 100 percent of your daily requirement of vitamin C, which supports detoxification in the liver, where many harmful substances are broken down. They also contain 50 percent of your daily vitamin E requirement.

Pimientos de Padrón are unripe, small green peppers that are usually mild. They are harvested in Spain between June and September. 

1 serving contains
(Percentage of daily recommendation)
Calorie115 kcal(5 %)
Protein1 g(1 %)
Fat10 g(9 %)
Carbohydrates4 g(3 %)
Sugar added0 g(0 %)
Roughage5 g(17 %)
Vitamin A0.3 mg(38 %)
Vitamin D0 μg(0 %)
Vitamin E5 mg(42 %)
Vitamin B₁0 mg(0 %)
Vitamin B₂0 mg(0 %)
Niacin0.6 mg(5 %)
Vitamin B₆0.3 mg(21 %)
Folate13 μg(4 %)
Pantothenic acid0.2 mg(3 %)
Biotin2.7 μg(6 %)
Vitamin B₁₂0 μg(0 %)
Vitamin C104 mg(109 %)
Potassium200 mg(5 %)
Calcium15 mg(2 %)
Magnesium16 mg(5 %)
Iron1 mg(7 %)
Iodine3 μg(2 %)
Zinc0.3 mg(4 %)
Saturated fatty acids1.5 g
Uric acid15 mg
Cholesterol0 mg
Development of this recipe:
EAT-SMARTER

Ingredients

for
2
Ingredients
12 ounces
little green Bell pepper (preferably Padrón peppers)
2 tablespoons
coarse Sea salt
Preparation

Kitchen utensils

1 Tablespoon, 1 Paper towel, 1 Wooden spoon, 1 large Non-stick pan

Preparation steps

1.
Fried Mini Peppers preparation step 1

Rinse the green peppers and dry thoroughly with paper towels.

2.
Fried Mini Peppers preparation step 2

Heat the olive oil in a large non-stick pan. Add peppers and fry over high heat for 4-5 minutes, stirring constantly.

3.
Fried Mini Peppers preparation step 3

Season with coarse sea salt and pepper and serve immediately.

Comments

Cyndy from EAT SMARTER's picture
Coarse sea salt has a nice crunch to it, but you can substitute regular sea salt also.
 
Does the sea salt has to be coarse?