One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A small, typically mild variety of chilli pepper, harvested while green, and used especially in East Asian cooking.‘the menu now features small plates like shishito peppers and citrus-cured salmon’
- ‘Slender shishito peppers can be found locally in Asian markets year-round.’
- ‘I found the shishito (mini Japanese sweet peppers) wonderful, and my dining companions couldn't eat enough of the bacon-wrapped scallops and asparagus.’
- ‘When the oil is hot, add the shishito peppers and fry until softened and browned, turning often.’
- ‘Although everything on the menu is solid, prepare to weep over the deliciousness of the crispy curried cauliflower appetizer, served with shishito peppers, sultana and pine nuts in a sweet and sour reduction.’
- ‘This time we shared the edamame, shishito and green bean tempura.’
1970s: from Japanese shishi ‘lion’ + tōgarashi, ‘chilli pepper’, referring to the supposed resemblance of the tip of the pepper to the head of a lion.
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