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Canarian Mojo Picón

3 days ago   |   By Saveur

There are as many varieties of mojo as there are households on the Canary Islands, but they all start with the same base made from the chili peppers that grow wild in the region. Check out all items from the Saveur 100 » Picón peppers are medium-hot, thin-fleshed chiles grown all over the Canary Islands. If you can't track them down, use red jalapeños or Fresno chiles instead. Featured in: The 2020 Saveur 100: 31-40 Equipment Mortar and Pestle or a Small Food Processor Medium Bowl Airtight Container
Canarian Mojo Picón
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