Gypsy Peppers are medium size with a long, tapered shape. The color changes from yellow-white to orange, then red as they ripen during the harvest. They have intense sweet flavor and are excellent for roasting and stuffing.
Gypsy peppers can be eaten raw in salads or may be roasted to enhance their sweetness. Add to pastas, pizzas, risotto, marinate them and pair them with burrata mozzarella and grilled bread for an excellent appetizer and they make an outstanding peperonata-a slow cooked pepper stew to be used as a condiment to lamb, poultry, game birds and pork.
- Bay leaf
- Cheese. Burrata, Fromage blanc, goat, mozzarella, Parmesan
- Olive oil
- Pine nuts