Inca Red Drops
What is it?
These tiny teardrop-shaped peppers grow in the Peruvian highlands and are usually available jarred in the U.S. They have a sweet taste with a touch of heat, similar to Peppadews. Try them in salads, on pizza, in pastas, or as a topping for baked potatoes.
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