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Patagonian Pepper is a rare and very special pepper, which comes from a very remote and wild region of Argentina. Its taste is intense, with notes of wild berries and subtle flavors of spices and wood. Don't hesitate to taste and enjoy it for its unique flavors and exceptional taste qualities!Buy the best quality now!
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Patagonia Pepper is a type of pepper that is produced in the Patagonia region of South America. It is known for its fresh and fruity flavors and is also considered one of the best peppers in the world. It is very popular with chefs and is often used to season meat dishes, salads and soups.
Patagonia Pepper is known for its fresh and fruity flavors. It offers a minty fresh sensation with notes of lemon and walnut. It also has flavors of sandalwood and berries, and an aftertaste of black pepper.
Patagonia Pepper is perfect for seasoning meat dishes, salads and soups. It can also be added to sauces, marinades and stews. It is also very popular in dressings and condiments.
Sauté onions, peppers and diced tomatoes with Patagonian pepper. Add cooked chickpeas, olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper and mix. Serve on lettuce or kale leaves.
Marinate ground beef with Patagonian pepper, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Heat a frying pan and brown the meat. Add onions, peppers, white wine and diced tomatoes and simmer. Serve with white rice.
Cook fish fillets, diced tomatoes, onions, peppers, white wine and Patagonian pepper. Once all the ingredients are cooked, put them in a blender and add fish stock cubes and minced garlic. Serve hot.
Mix diced chicken, onions, peppers, white wine and Patagonian pepper. Heat a frying pan and fry the chicken until golden. Place the mixture in an ovenproof dish and bake at 180°C for about 40 minutes. Serve with vegetables and rice.
Cook linguine al dente and set aside. Heat a frying pan and fry mussels, shrimps, cockles, onions, peppers, white wine and Patagonian pepper. Add the cooked linguine and mix. Serve with grated parmesan and fresh parsley.
Patagonia Pepper should be stored in an airtight jar and protected from light and heat. You can also store it in an opaque glass container or in a metal box.