Terroni’s Peperoncini Piccanti – Reason Enough to Go

peperoncini piccanti form terroni restaurant

As long as they don’t have the audacity to ask me “Would you care for some pizza with your peperoncini piccanti?” I won’t be so bold as to ask Terroni for my pizza to be sliced.

Terroni serves these hot peppers as a condiment in a ramekin for the table. I put them on everything, even mixing them into pasta, which probably makes the owner squirm. When I found out that they actually sell jars of the deliciousness and that they are the sole importer into the US, well…now I eat hard boiled eggs at home with it.

Go to Terroni. Buy a jar of the Peproncini Piccanti. And while you’re there, you won’t be mad at me if you sit down for a bowl of pasta.

Peperoncini Piccanti, $16.99 for a 580 g jar, available at:

7605 Beverly Blcd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
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  • http://www.acanadianfoodie.com A Canadian Foodie

    Great photo – and looks tasty. Have you ever tried to make your own? That’s what I try to do when I find a product I love. Then I know exactly what is in it!

  • http://www.thedeliciouslife.com Sarah J. Gim

    valerie: i asked the owner, max, if it would be hard to make at home, and he said he tried to make it for the restaurant, but it wasn’t the same, which is why he imports it :) by the way, if you happen to be in toronto, you should go to terroni… that’s where the restaurant is originally from!

  • Dan

    I’ve tried many pepper condiments similar to this and nothing and I mean NOTHING comes even remotely close to the flavor of this product. Just incredible. If you like anything spicy after you try this for the first time you WILL crave to put it on as many meals as possible. Most brilliantly done Terroni..

  • Patty

    I love Hot Peppers of any kind….BUT….THESE are the most flavorful, fabulous hot peppers ever!!! I can’t get enough of them. I will warn you that they are very hot, especially the oil part, but the flavor is like no other….I need to buy them by the case! Thank you, thank you, Terroni…..Bravissimi!

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