Small 185g jar with Alegrías, the hot pepper.
If you ask for a pincho de tortilla in La Rioja or Navarra, it is likely that they will ask you if you want it with “alegrías”. And you'd do well to say yes, but only if you like it spicy.
As if it were a piquillo pepper, roasted over firewood and peeled, it is usually served to accompany potato omelettes and blood sausage skewers in the area. It is also usually served in strips –with olive oil and garlic–, as a garnish for spoon dishes, or whole, even stuffed with minced meat. We usually eat them in the cellar with preserved needles.
If you are a lover of spicy and want to accompany your evening with an exquisite power and flavor, do not hesitate to try these hot peppers. Commonly known as Alegrías, these peppers will fill all your dishes with character.
Fresh and seasonal product
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans