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Is poivrons piquillo vegan?

Poivrons piquillo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is poivrons piquillo?

Poivrons Piquillo, also known as Piquillo peppers, are a popular ingredient in Spanish cuisine. These peppers are small and red with a unique shape that is flat and pointed. They have a mild sweetness with a slight smoky flavor and are often roasted and peeled before being used in dishes such as stews, salads, and tapas. Poivrons Piquillo are a great source of vitamins A and C, and are low in calories, making them a healthy addition to any meal. Their bright color and distinct flavor make them a versatile ingredient in many different dishes, and they add a touch of authenticity to any Spanish-inspired dish.

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