Small bag with 25 g of Carmencita Ñora (Nora) peppers, ideal for cooking paella, from the town of Novelda, Alicante, Valencia Community. Typically comes with 4 pieces.
The Ñora (nora) is a variety of bell pepper. It is red in color with a paprika-like odor and sweet flavor.
It is very common to use it for the preparation of paprika, as an accompaniment to fried eggs or as a salad dressing. In Alicante, it is widely used for the famous pericana dish. In the Valencian Community, it is used in dishes such as rice, paella, fish or stews, and Salomorreta sofrito sauce. It is also very common to use it for the preparation of "calçots".
The ñora is usually used as a spice, but it can also be served fried as an accompaniment. It is preferable to fry the ñora first and let it rest while you prepare the rest of the meal.