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Pepper Soroksari AVAILABLE NOW!

Pepper, Peperone Soroksari. An Elongated blocky-bell shaped fruit.  Soroksari is a deliciously sweet tasting early and fast growing blocky pepper variety, originally from the Balkans. It ripens from green to very light yellow. It has a delicious and slightly sweet flavor. The plants grow to a medium height and do need support. Hungarian sweet light yellow pepper for sowing in the spring. Early with good production of 3-4 lobed fruits which are sweet and meaty. This is a large Hungarian sweet pepper that sometimes grows point up. The end of the pepper can have 3-4 lobes or points at it's tip. If ripens to a whitish creamy yellow.  This beautiful Balkan heirloom pepper is almost translucent pale yellow in color.  Very sweet for fresh use and stuffing as you would a bell, but when fully ripened and dried it acquires a deeper orange/red color and makes a wonderful paprika, as well.The Soroksari pepper is ideal for salads and stuffing! It also can stay on vine till it gets an orange color which gives it a more rich sweetness and makes it ideal for drying into a sweet flavorful seasoning powder for traditional Balkan dishes! Depending on growing conditions it will have zero to mild heat. The Soroksari chile plant grows 2-3 feet tall.   

Sweet Peppers are very healthy and versatile vegetables. Sweet Peppers contain vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, B11, B12, C and E, among others, as well as the minerals calcium, phosphorous, iron, iodine, potassium, copper, magnesium, selenium and zinc. Sweet Peppers also contain a lot of fibre and antioxidants. Sweet Peppers can be boiled, grilled, baked, steamed, stewed, roasted, wok-roasted, used raw in salads, stuffed with rice or meat, or any combination. Sweet Pepper tastes delicious with: minced meat, beef, pork, lamb, chicken, rice, cheese, nuts, tuna, salmon, couscous, tofu and noodles. And with other vegetables such as: tomatoes, aubergine, cauliflower, lentils, pulses, onions, chicory, potatoes, courgette and broccoli.

apprx 80 seeds

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