Red peppers, salt and citric acid, with no added water. Does not contain gluten.
Benefits, Properties and Uses
Red roasted peppers are 100% healthy, rich in vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, suitable for everyone, beneficial for people with hypertension, diabetes and overweight due to their low contents of salt, sugar and fat.
An ideal food for suppressing the appetite, to help to fight against inflammation, to accelerate the metabolism. It is ideal for preventing cellular ageing and cancer. It is a food that keeps cholesterol levels low and helps colon health.
Roasted red peppers are key foods in the Mediterranean diet, and a main ingredient in many recipes. They stand out for their high content of protein, fibre, vitamins B-6, B-9 and C, flavonoids, carotenoids, lutein, lycopenes, capsaicin and antioxidants.
How are Red Roasted Peppers prepared?
The Red Roasted Peppers are prepared in a traditional wood-fired oven, incorporating salt and citric acid. They are cooked in their own juice without adding water, in constant heat, until they are soft but not losing their shape.
The preservation of the taste and aromas of red roasted peppers is thanks to having been cooked in their own juice, which accentuates them in a special way. An exquisite preserve of high quality.
The peppers are roasted in a traditional way, controlling the peppers’ origin and quality, as well as the firewood that is used to elaborate them, to achieve their special flavour and aroma.
The most famous recipes with Red Roasted Pepper
For breakfast, dinner, as appetizers or starters, at any time of day and on any day of the week, red roasted peppers are a versatile food to enjoy, with a slice of bread or as a main ingredient in other recipes.
A delicious wholemeal toast with avocado, roasted pepper, sprouts and a touch of olive oil is simply a great breakfast or dinner, an avocado and mozzarella sandwich, spreaded with roasted pepper pate, are preparations that use it as a base.
As well, a hot roasted pepper sauce with basil, rosemary and olive oil can accompany any pasta, beef or pork, and it is ideal for eating as a snack with crackers. Also a thick soup of roasted red peppers with chunks of mozzarella cheese.
Contraindications or cautions
Those who have high doses of vitamin C in their body should consume it in moderation.