You can find peperoncini—hot, pickled peppers also known as Tuscan peppers—in the supermarket near pickles and relishes or with other imported Italian products.
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We made this shortly after a trip to Italy where we had it for lunch. This version was not nearly as spicy. That being said, it was delicious and we will definately make again. We may try adding a little bit of crushed red pepper just to see if we can get it to taste like the one in Italy.
Excellent and an easy pasta to make in a pinch. I had all ingredients on hand (although I halved it) and it was a big hit. It is spicy though. I used 4 pepperoccini in a half recipe instead of 5 and it was plenty hot for my kids. Definitely one to make again.
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