Guindilla Chillies

Guindilla Chillies

Spanish pickled green chillies, picked before ripening. Guindilla peppers are preserved in vinegar, and have a sharp piquancy, rather than a chilli heat. This makes them an excellent accompaniment to rich foods like cheese or cured charcuterie. They are very versatile and can bring brightness to salads, sauces or pizzas. The peppers are indigenous to northern Spain and can be found in many pintxos, Basque tapas. Free from artificial additives.

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SKU 2011

Hot pickled chillies (sulphites); water; salt; vinegar; acid: citric acid; preservative: potassium sorbate. Guindilla chillies from Spain. For allergens, see ingredients in bold. May contain traces of almonds and fish.

Nutrition Per 100g
Energy 212 kJ / 51 kcal
Fat 0.7g
of which saturates 0.2g
Carbohydrates 7g
of which sugars 0.3g
Protein 1.1g
Fibre -
Salt 3.30g
  • Storage

    Keep in a cool and dry place, away from direct sunlight. Once opened, keep refrigerated covered in the brine and consume within 7 days.

  • Shelf life

    Please note the guindilla in 2kg tub is not heat treated, shelf life is shorter.

    From production: 6 months

    To customer: 2 months

  • Content

    Net weight: 3.65kg

    Drained weight: 2kg

    Nominal capacity: 3700ml

    Secondary Packaging: cardboard boxes

    Units per case: 4

  • Data Sheet

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Sharp, crunchy and spicy, a pickled guindilla chilli is a great accompaniment to cured meats and cheeses.

Are guindilla peppers hot?

Guindilla peppers are pickled when they are under-ripe so they are green and crunchy but don’t have a great deal of chilli heat. Pickled guindilla chillies are spicy and sharp which makes them an excellent partner for cured meats.

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