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Mini capsicum are a small version of the block capsicum and comes in the colours: green, red, orange and yellow. Mini capsicum are sweeter than the larger variety and doesn't contain any seeds.
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Mini capsicum tips

How to cut a Mini capsicum?

Wash the mini capsicum and cut the stalk off. You can use the fruit whole or in pieces.

Preparation Tips

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How to store?

Mini capsicum are best kept in the fridge.
  • Ideal as a snack
  • great to stuff
  • Perfect as a colourful decoration

Nutritional values per 100 g

22 Kcal
3 g Sugar
0,1 g Fats
0 g Saturated fats
2,5 g Fibers
Capsicum has a low energetic value. Red capsicums are rich in Vitamin C and fibres. The fruit is a source of Vitamin E, B6 and folic acid.

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