Stuffed Piquillo Peppers

Stuffed Piquillo Peppers

Spanish piquillo peppers are traditionally hand-picked, then roasted in wood-fired ovens, peeled and packed into jars or cans. The flavor of wood smoke enhances the distinctive, slight spiciness of these small, triangular, intensely red peppers. Often they’re stuffed with meat or seafood, but here the filling is herbed fresh goat cheese.

Stuffed Piquillo Peppers

10 oz. (315 g.) fresh goat cheese

3-4 Tbs. finely chopped fresh chives, plus more for garnish

3-4 Tbs. finely chopped fresh basil

Salt and freshly ground pepper

1 jar (12 oz./375 g.) roasted piquillo peppers (about 24 peppers)

1 Tbs. extra-virgin olive oil

For the vinaigrette:

1/3 cup (3 oz./80 ml.) extra-virgin olive oil

3 1/2 Tbs. balsamic vinegar

1 small shallot, minced

Salt and freshly ground pepper

Preheat the broiler.

To make the filling, in a small bowl, use a wooden spoon to mash the goat cheese together with the chives and basil. Season with salt and pepper.

Drain the peppers, but do not rinse them. With your fingers, gently open the stem end of each pepper. Remove any seeds and ribs you can from the insides without cutting or tearing the pepper walls.

With a small spoon or your fingers, carefully stuff about 1 tablespoon of the goat cheese mixture inside each Read The Full Story

22 Comments
  1. altair 1 year ago

    i have the tiny egg noodles and a pound of ground beef. want to make a simple soup with these. does anyone have a recipe for the right seasonings to use and the order to cook the ingredients?

  2. henryshensbcglobalnet 1 year ago

    sorry to be picky! But also, one that has a lot of ingredients – like fruit or veg, and meat that isn’t too difficult to cook in an hour! Haha. Maybe suggest some links or recipes? Thanks a lot. x

  3. Mackenzie P 1 year ago

    My party is in three weeks. In the next few weeks, I have homecoming, my mom is going away, and my party. The dinner I am serving is the hardest thing for me to figure out but to me, it is of least importance.
    My party is pink, black, and silver. It’s a masquerade and so far there will be about 14 of us. I don’t want to serve.. grease foods such as fried or pizzas. I want food that can easily be eaten without a big mess. Most of them will be wearing formal knee-length dresses and I don’t want spaghetti sauce on their new dresses.
    My party is very feminine and classy. I love classy/chic, and any food that is petite and dainty I think I would like. But in the spring, I am having an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party for fun, so I don’t want it resemble a Tea Party menu (lady fingers, petite sandwiches, fruit, etc.).
    For appetizer, I am having a vegetable platter and shrimp cocktails. Both are very light, and I think I want the dinner menu to remain very light for dessert might be a little heavier with cake, ice cream, and truffles. Also, we are going to have activities and I don’t want them to have stomach aches from heavy food.

    Any ideas?

  4. Roflcopter 1 year ago

    I see this BING search engine lately, but are they as good as google?

  5. Anny 1 year ago

    for my spanish project, i am required to make an authentic spanish meal for my family, but all of the things i find online don’t sound to great tasting. i have two younger brothers who are picky eaters so i cant use a lot of fancy ingredients and stuff. the simpler the better. and i am having the most trouble with the appetizer/soup/salad category…..if you have any great tasting spanish recipes i would be really happy to hear them….thanks!

  6. Joe T 1 year ago

    In Spanish bars and restaurants

  7. Andre 1 year ago

    I am doing a spanish project and CANNOT FIND A WEBSITE WITH THE HISTORY OF PIMIENTOS RELLENOS!!! (Spanish Stuffed Peppers — by history I mean where it originated, why it was made first, and when it is eaten.) CAN YOU PLEASE HELP??? I also need the EXACT SAME history info for Flan, Churros, and Arroz al Horno. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE I NEED THIS A.S.A.P!!! Thank you!!! =P

  8. Jamal 1 year ago

    My party is in three weeks. In the next few weeks, I have homecoming, my mom is going away, and my party. The dinner I am serving is the hardest thing for me to figure out but to me, it is of least importance.
    My party is pink, black, and silver. It’s a masquerade and so far there will be about 14 of us. I don’t want to serve.. grease foods such as fried or pizzas. I want food that can easily be eaten without a big mess. Most of them will be wearing formal knee-length dresses and I don’t want spaghetti sauce on their new dresses.
    My party is very feminine and classy. I love classy/chic, and any food that is petite and dainty I think I would like. But in the spring, I am having an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party for fun, so I don’t want it resemble a Tea Party menu (lady fingers, petite sandwiches, fruit, etc.).
    For appetizer, I am having a vegetable platter and shrimp cocktails. Both are very light, and I think I want the dinner menu to remain very light for dessert might be a little heavier with cake, ice cream, and truffles. Also, we are going to have activities and I don’t want them to have stomach aches from heavy food.

    Any ideas?

  9. zigg3ns 1 year ago

    Going to wine tasting party with the above theme. Not sure what to bring, that is a fall appetizer ?? Thanks

  10. Wooooody 1 year ago

    for my spanish project, i am required to make an authentic spanish meal for my family, but all of the things i find online don’t sound to great tasting. i have two younger brothers who are picky eaters so i cant use a lot of fancy ingredients and stuff. the simpler the better. and i am having the most trouble with the appetizer/soup/salad category…..if you have any great tasting spanish recipes i would be really happy to hear them….thanks!

  11. Roar me R 1 year ago

    I am cooking for my friends this week, all of which are vegetarian. I’m not used to cooking food without meat so I could use a bit of help looking for some nice recipes.
    I’m only 16 so I’m not the best at cooking, easy recipes would be better.
    Thanks (:

  12. jdfan 1 year ago

    My party is in three weeks. In the next few weeks, I have homecoming, my mom is going away, and my party. The dinner I am serving is the hardest thing for me to figure out but to me, it is of least importance.
    My party is pink, black, and silver. It’s a masquerade and so far there will be about 14 of us. I don’t want to serve.. grease foods such as fried or pizzas. I want food that can easily be eaten without a big mess. Most of them will be wearing formal knee-length dresses and I don’t want spaghetti sauce on their new dresses.
    My party is very feminine and classy. I love classy/chic, and any food that is petite and dainty I think I would like. But in the spring, I am having an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party for fun, so I don’t want it resemble a Tea Party menu (lady fingers, petite sandwiches, fruit, etc.).
    For appetizer, I am having a vegetable platter and shrimp cocktails. Both are very light, and I think I want the dinner menu to remain very light for dessert might be a little heavier with cake, ice cream, and truffles. Also, we are going to have activities and I don’t want them to have stomach aches from heavy food.

    Any ideas?

  13. Gage 1 year ago

    i am craving for codfillet.
    do u guys have any easy and good recipe.
    we are now in Dubai,that means i cant get any white wine stuff.
    appreciate any infos!!
    thanks!

  14. Jairo 1 year ago

    madrid and spain especially
    menu’s, internet searches, etc.
    all is appreciated!!

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  15. Austin 1 year ago

    My friend and I are making food for a Spansh class fiesta and we need a quick, easy recipe. We’ve already made magdalenas for the last fiesta… ideas?

  16. Ev dog 1 year ago

    madrid and spain especially
    menu’s, internet searches, etc.
    all is appreciated!!

    woot woot,
    me

  17. jdubdoubleu7704 1 year ago

    I want to know how much salt in…I don’t want answers like “It depends on the recipe,” “It depends how salty you like it,” just give me an amount and why. A tablespoon? 2 tablespoons?

    Spanish Chorizo & Chicken Chili
    •2 jars piquillo peppers
    •1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)
    •2 pounds ground chicken breast
    •3/4 pound chorizo, cut into medium dice
    •2 medium onions, chopped
    •5-6 garlic cloves, chopped or grated
    •2 rounded tablespoons (about 2 palmfuls) smoked paprika
    •1 tablespoon cumin (about a palmful)
    •Salt and freshly ground black pepper
    •1/4 cup sherry or 1/2 cup dry Spanish wine such as Rioja
    •1/4 cup hot sauce
    •2 cups vegetable juice, such as V8 brand
    •3 cups chicken stock
    •Grated Manchego cheese
    •Tortilla chips
    •1/4 cup parsley, roughly chopped
    •Spanish olives with pimentos, halved
    PREPARATION
    Pre-heat a large skillet over medium high heat with 1 turn of the pan of EVOO. Once the oil is hot, add the ground chicken and cook about 7-8 minutes, until it is light golden brown.

    Once the chicken is brown add the chorizo and cook about 5 minutes. Add in the onion and garlic, and cook until onions are soft, about 5 minutes. Pour in the sherry or wine, scraping up any brown bits from the bottom of the pan, then add the hot sauce, vegetable juice and chicken stock. Add the smoked paprika, cumin, salt and freshly ground black pepper.

    Grind up the peppers in a food processor. Add the puree to the pot and stir to combine. Let simmer 10-15 minutes to let the flavors combine.

    Serve chili in a shallow bowl topped with Manchego cheese, tortilla chips, parsley and Spanish olives

  18. Joe T 1 year ago

    for my spanish project, i am required to make an authentic spanish meal for my family, but all of the things i find online don’t sound to great tasting. i have two younger brothers who are picky eaters so i cant use a lot of fancy ingredients and stuff. the simpler the better. and i am having the most trouble with the appetizer/soup/salad category…..if you have any great tasting spanish recipes i would be really happy to hear them….thanks!

  19. homerliveshere 1 year ago

    I should have been a bit more specific. I am really looking for a place that is comfortable to go as a single that is a little more fine dining. Fine dining can be a bit weird by yourself and was wondering if anyone had any ideas.

  20. PolishPokeyPimp 1 year ago

    for my spanish project, i am required to make an authentic spanish meal for my family, but all of the things i find online don’t sound to great tasting. i have two younger brothers who are picky eaters so i cant use a lot of fancy ingredients and stuff. the simpler the better. and i am having the most trouble with the appetizer/soup/salad category…..if you have any great tasting spanish recipes i would be really happy to hear them….thanks!

  21. everydayGuitarist 1 year ago

    I want to know how much salt in…I don’t want answers like “It depends on the recipe,” “It depends how salty you like it,” just give me an amount and why. A tablespoon? 2 tablespoons?

    Spanish Chorizo & Chicken Chili
    •2 jars piquillo peppers
    •1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)
    •2 pounds ground chicken breast
    •3/4 pound chorizo, cut into medium dice
    •2 medium onions, chopped
    •5-6 garlic cloves, chopped or grated
    •2 rounded tablespoons (about 2 palmfuls) smoked paprika
    •1 tablespoon cumin (about a palmful)
    •Salt and freshly ground black pepper
    •1/4 cup sherry or 1/2 cup dry Spanish wine such as Rioja
    •1/4 cup hot sauce
    •2 cups vegetable juice, such as V8 brand
    •3 cups chicken stock
    •Grated Manchego cheese
    •Tortilla chips
    •1/4 cup parsley, roughly chopped
    •Spanish olives with pimentos, halved
    PREPARATION
    Pre-heat a large skillet over medium high heat with 1 turn of the pan of EVOO. Once the oil is hot, add the ground chicken and cook about 7-8 minutes, until it is light golden brown.

    Once the chicken is brown add the chorizo and cook about 5 minutes. Add in the onion and garlic, and cook until onions are soft, about 5 minutes. Pour in the sherry or wine, scraping up any brown bits from the bottom of the pan, then add the hot sauce, vegetable juice and chicken stock. Add the smoked paprika, cumin, salt and freshly ground black pepper.

    Grind up the peppers in a food processor. Add the puree to the pot and stir to combine. Let simmer 10-15 minutes to let the flavors combine.

    Serve chili in a shallow bowl topped with Manchego cheese, tortilla chips, parsley and Spanish olives

  22. Orbit 1 year ago

    for my spanish project, i am required to make an authentic spanish meal for my family, but all of the things i find online don’t sound to great tasting. i have two younger brothers who are picky eaters so i cant use a lot of fancy ingredients and stuff. the simpler the better. and i am having the most trouble with the appetizer/soup/salad category…..if you have any great tasting spanish recipes i would be really happy to hear them….thanks!

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