Exciting the Palate with Sweet Red Pepper Relish

Relish is used as a condiment to eat with another type of food to add flavor. It is usually made up of chopped, pickled, or cooked vegetable or fruit in a mixture that complements the flavors of other kinds of food.

The sweet red pepper relish gives an interesting mix of flavors. Combining the sweetness with hot, tingly burning on your tongue, this relish will keep you wanting more. If you are the type who loves spicing things up with a little bit of hot flavor, this relish is perfect for you. The spicy burn of the peppers is balanced with its other ingredients, making it a hot treat with a sweet flavor at the same time.

The main ingredient of sweet red pepper relish is Florins Peppers, a native pepper plant grown in Northern Greece on an altitude of 500m. This type of pepper is very popular in that area of the country.  It is a common as organic and natural ingredient. Gathering the peppers is carefully done. They are all hand-picked so that the natural scents and flavors of the peppers are maintained. Mix a bit of extra virgin olive oil, a dash of salt, bits of garlic and a squeeze of citrus with the peppers to create an exciting new flavor. The all-natural ingredients promise no preservatives and no color additives.

Relish is eaten with bread, crackers, or even pretzels. But this sweet red pepper relish can be served either hot or cold to accompany cold meats and grilled chops or as a dressing for your green salads. You can also have it in your sandwiches, calzones, and meat pies. Turn an ordinary dish into an all-time favorite treat with this zingy relish.

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