In the Kitchen with Duo Events: Padron Peppers

Kelly  |  September 06

Today I’m super excited to welcome Duo Events as contributors to Santa Barbara Chic!  They are one of my favorite caterers in Santa Barbara and they’ll be contributing some tasty recipes this month with all local ingredients. First up, is this simple, but delicious, recipe with padron peppers.

Padron peppers are available at the Santa Barbara’s farmer’s market and are a quick and easy summertime snack. They taste similar to rajas and its pretty easy to chow down a whole basket worth before you know it.

To serve 4-6 people you’ll need:

-1 pound of padron or shishito peppers (source from your local farmers market or specialty grocer).

-2 Tablespoons good quality olive oil

-1 Teaspoon of Sea Salt

-Zest of 1/2 Lemon

Heat a large, heavy bottomed sauté pan over high heat (cast iron works great for this). Add the olive oil and peppers. Saute for 1-2 minutes (the peppers should blister) – some spots will brown or blacken, do not worry, this is what you are looking for. Toss with sea salt and lemon zest.  Enjoy with friends (warning these are addictive, you may want to double the recipe!).

And a big thank you to lovely Anna Costa for taking the lovely photos and you can check out her own food blog right here. Happy snacking!

*Duo & Michael and Anna Costa are sponsors of Santa Barbara Chic

Catering: Duo Events
Photographer: Anna Costa
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4 Comments »

  1. New post: In the Kitchen with Duo Events: Padron Peppers http://t.co/PlmW2Wag

    Comment by Kelly Oshiro (@KellyOshiro) — September 6, 2012 @ 9:13 am

  2. Just made these the other day! Love them! RT @kellyoshiro: New post: In the Kitchen with Duo Events: Padron Peppers http://t.co/QIauFBfA

    Comment by @CathleyaS — September 6, 2012 @ 10:50 am

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