I have a question about the recipe "Brussels Sprouts Salad a la M. Wells" from amanda.
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Hi -- let me know what your question is -- happy to help.
What is piment d'espelette? I have it a few times in some of the recipes here. I have never heard of it?
Piment d'espelette is a mildly spicy dried chile (usually ground) that's grown in the Basque region of France. If you can't find it, you can easily substitute red chile flakes or a tiny bit of cayenne (keep in mind that cayenne is much spicier).
Thank you so much, recipe looks amazing.
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