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The ñoras, like the choriceros peppers, must be rehydrated in hot water to use in our recipes. They can be completely immersed in water and once soft, open and remove the meat by scraping the inside (it is recommended not to use the seeds).

They are used to enrich all kinds of stews, stir-fries, and rice, being very popular in Catalonia, Valencia and Murcia.

Although it is a pepper, it's not spicy and few know that it was brought to Spain by Christopher Columbus himself. Some of the seeds ended up from the hands of the priests of the Yuste monastery to that of their brothers in La Ñora monastery, Murcia and ended up giving name to that little pepper.

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2017-11-01
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