ñoras the boat dry canyon 110 grams
This typical Spanish ingredient is named after the town of La Ñora, in the province of Murcia. In this village near the monastery, some Hieronymite monks planted some of the first peppers arrived from America in the late s. XV, noting that sun drying the fruits resulted in a product that is not spoiled and great flavor for your kitchen.
The peppers are small peppers red wine sundried. The most common way to use them is to fry them for later, once cold, chop or grind them to add to many dishes especially from the Mediterranean: all kinds of monks, rice and a banda or ladle, stews and romesco sauce.