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Author Notes: Get out your cast-iron skillet and whip up a batch of Asian Pan-Fried Shishito Peppers! These garlicky, spicy, bite-size peppers will be your new favorite snack! —Kaylen Knight
ounces shishito peppers
tablespoon toasted sesame oil
tablespoon olive oil
teaspoon red pepper flakes
garlic cloves, minced
pinches salt & pepper
- Heat a cast-iron skillet to med-high heat. Add both types of oil to the pan and when pan is hot, add the shishito peppers. Stir them around so they all have some oil. Season liberally with salt and pepper. Once you see that they are starting to blister, move them around frequently so they don't burn.
- Once the majority of the peppers have blistered, reduce the heat to medium and add the red pepper flakes and garlic to the pan. The pan will be really hot, so keep stirring everything around so the garlic does not burn. When the garlic has softened and has cooked, they are done. Sprinkle sesame seeds over the peppers and eat immediately, or store in the fridge for a couple days.