Sautéed Sesame Soy Shishito Peppers
I recently made some chicken and cashew lettuce wraps (recipe will post tomorrow) and paired them with a side dish of these sesame soy shishito peppers. These peppers are mild in heat but so very flavorful. I think the Asian flavors made these tasty peppers shine. Both my kids thought they were tasty and my husband and I enjoyed them too. These peppers are so affordable and delicious, as well as quick and easy to make, they would be perfect for your Super Bowl party!
How to Make Sautéed Sesame Soy Shishito Peppers
Heat the olive oil and sesame oil in a skillet over medium heat. Add the shishito peppers to the skillet and sauté, tossing frequently, until blistered and tender, about 10-12 minutes. Add the crushed red pepper flakes and minced garlic then cook, stirring constantly, for 30 seconds. Add the soy sauce and cook, stirring to coat the peppers evenly, for 1 minute. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and serve with additional soy sauce on the side. Enjoy.
Haven’t seen those pepper in our supermarket…..so delicious!
whole foods carries them in addition to trader joes
These look really nice ♥
Wow, this looks so good! Haven’t played with shishito peppers, but they’re so popular now. Really need to get on the bandwagon! Super recipe — so much flavor. Thanks.
I have never seen this type of pepper. I’ll have to look for them because this recipe looks very good.
great flavors! i’ve seen these peppers in recipes, but never at the store. i’m really eager to try them!
These would make a great party snack! Love the sesame seeds sprinkled on top too.
I’ve never seen these peppers here but I’m sure I can substitute them as this looks like a great snack
Shishitos are my favorite appetizer as of late, and I love how you’ve prepared them!
These little beauties sound fantastic. I’d like to stuff them with some spring roll type veggies, dip them in tempura, and deep fry them. Can you tell that I skipped lunch?
Made these last night and they are delicious and addicting!