The guindilla is a fresh, green pepper that is eaten one of two ways: flash fried or, our favorite, preserved in vinegar.
The smooth peppers have a bit of bite but quality guindillas are not spicy. Our guindillas are hand harvested and hand packed, an incredibly artisan, local product.
Perfect for making Basque pintxos, like the gilda, a toothpick threaded with anchovy, olive, and a guindilla pepper.
MM, Made with Mimo, is Mimo's new range of artisan Spanish foods sourced by our expert guides and sommeliers.
Preserving vegetables has a long tradition in the northern Spanish territory of Navarra. Piquillo peppers are named for the triangular shape, and they are a delicacy, sold fresh in autumn and conserved for year-round eating. Our piquillo peppers have been roasted over an open flame, lending them a smoky flavor....
Our lovely guide Eli has a secret source for roasted Piquillos but these are the next best thing! Dry roasted immediately after harvesting, these naturally sweet, medium-sized, red peppers have been de-stemmed and de-seeded and are perfect for stuffing or eating on their own. Try stuffing them with tuna for...
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Guindillas—it doesn’t get more Basque than this! Guindillas are the beloved Basque peppers available only in the summer and then pickled for year-round enjoyment. The sweet pepper is one of the principal ingredients in Gildas one of San Sebastián’s most classic pintxos! This local producer has received “Eusko Label” recognition...
Nothing sets a Spanish table like some good olives. The South of Spain and its endless sun produces some of the world's best olives, and the gordal olive is the most popular variety, with an intense flavour and unusual size. Perfect to picar, or snack on, with a cold beer or...