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Kosher.com Staff March 30, 2023

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If you haven’t tried Tuscanini’s Chopped Calabrian Chili Peppers yet, then you’re missing out.

Not only are they of top quality and imported from Italy, they also add such a rich and deep depth of flavor to any dish they’re added to. Whether you incorporate them into sandwiches, sauces, stews, or pizzas, their beautiful tangy flavor shines through, leaving your guests wondering, “What is that amazing flavor?“.

There’s no better time to use a jar or two than over Passover. When recipes need an extra boost of flavor and impact, these Chopped Calabrian Chili Peppers come to the rescue.

Below are some of our favorite K4P recipes showing you how you can use them. Enjoy!

1. Eggplant Rollatini with Arrabiatta Sauce by Vicky Cohen

2. Spicy Meatballs by Yocheved Shvarzblat

These aren’t just meatballs, they are spicy meatballs with the perfect amount of heat. Enjoy them for dinner or stick a toothpick in each one and serve it as an appetizer. These work for Passover and year-round.

3. Calabrian Chili Pesto by Adina Schlass

Serve this chili pesto with pan-seared red snapper, salmon, or any fish of choice. This also works served over seared chicken breast.

4. Spicy Hearts of Palm Cakes with Calabrian Chili Peppers by Ruth Fox and Vicky Cohen

5. Piquant Moroccan Fish by Ruthy Bodner

This dish comes together with ease, the fish so soft and the chili pepper so flavorful and robust! So delicious!

6. Muhamarra by Shushy Turin

This recipe works as a delicious dip or condiment, but also makes for a quick way to cut steps off the “so many meals” Pesach season. Add a couple of tablespoons to a can of chopped tomatoes and you have a shakshuka or Moroccan salmon base. Spoon a few tablespoons over salmon or chicken and you have a perfectly seasoned dish ready to pop into the oven. Spread over matza for delicious dip or base for an excellent spicy matzo pizza or flavored “toast.” The spice level is to your preference, so if you aren’t a fan of spicy food cut back the Calabrian chili peppers, but if you love a bite, add in the whole jar!

7. Spicy Thai Mango Avocado Salad by Bat-El Gershowitz

This is a fresh and interesting new salad that’s easy to make, with sweet mango, spicy Italian peppers, loads of herbs, and a zesty lime and honey dressing.

8. Salami Hash by Esty Wolbe

Looking for that perfect dish to satisfy your family? Esty is sharing with us her perfect Pesach In a Pan recipe. This hash can be served for breakfast, dinner, and is even a great option for erev Pesach. It’s super versatile – use whatever veggies you like and you can even skip the salami if you don’t like eating meat in the morning. Enjoy!

For more great ideas this Passover season, watch Pesach in a Pot!