Sausage-Stuffed Piquillo Peppers
There's nothing quite like the piquillo pepper. They're sweet, fruity, slightly smoky, and just bitter enough. For me, they're the San Marzano tomatoes of peppers. And while I enjoy them in literally anything, these delicate, triangular beauties are just made for stuffing.
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You can substitute any spicy ground sausage for the chorizo. You can substitute any orange zest for the blood orange zest.
If piquillo peppers are torn, just place a spoonful of filling in the center of the pepper and wrap the sides around the filling.