Confetti Salmon

Confetti Peppers are the creation of a Cleveland-based home canner who turned a delicious and original recipe for peppers into a small business success that is spicing up culinary creations all over the country.  I have used these peppers for years and know Valita, the big-hearted and warm-spirited founder of Confetti Peppers LLC.  My family has canned peppers for years, I ferment my own, but the savory herb blend and unique cut and preparation of Confetti Peppers is unlike any other condiment I have ever tasted.  I’ve added them to pizzas, sandwiches, burgers, salads, and eaten them right out of the jar.  Also, yes, they are in Mason jars, so immediately upon opening one, I screw on a reCAP reusable, multi-functional lid.  Once the peppers are gone, I wash the jar and reimagine it into a valuable space-saving storage container.

So, picture it, salmon night.  I’m tired of grilling it, so over the maple glaze craze, and let’s face it, salt and pepper only can do so much.  Confetti Peppers are all natural and made with simple ingredients.  Adding just the right amount of spice, the peppers can easily turn mundane chicken, fish, beef, or pork into a scrumptious twist on old favorites.  For holiday entertaining, these peppers are a colorful and unique addition to relish trays.  To learn more about Confetti Peppers or to order your own, visit ConfettiPeppers.com. Here is a recipe for Confetti Salmon – you can easily substitute a different protein – the tangy peppers and oregano-butter crumble keep the fish moist and mouths happy.

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