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Hungarian Peppers

Hughlipton Mar 22, 2013 06:40 PM

I have a recipe for czech meatloaf I want to find a purveyor who carries hungarian peppers to chop in to the meatloaf figuring that is the closest I will find to Czech peppers which I don't even know if there is such a thing. Any store, market, or online place would be greatly appreciated.

  1. littlemissbusiness Mar 29, 2013 04:12 AM

    My husband's parents are Hungarian and Czech. That means when he's having a bad week, all he wants is Hungarian comfort food.

    My mother in law SWEARS by Jon's Market. Here are the locations:
    http://www.jonsmarketplace.com/locations.aspx

    They stock a wide variety of Eastern European foods, including the peppers you are looking for. They will likely be labeled "yellow peppers" and they look like this: http://foodandwinehedonist.files.word...
    They're about twice the size of a medium jalapeno.

    Can you post the recipe? My husband LOVES meatloaf, and a Czech meatloaf would send him over the moon.

    Have fun!

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    1. re: littlemissbusiness
      Hughlipton Apr 1, 2013 07:19 PM

      Here is the site. I'm sure, knowing me I did some improv and you can do the same. Let your heart and sould be your guide. http://www.webring.org/l/rd?ring=allr.... Hmmpf I hope that works.

    2. g
      GH1618 Mar 24, 2013 10:07 PM

      Otto's in Burbank, perhaps?

      http://www.HungarianDeli.com/Peppers.htm

      1. b
        Bradbury Mar 23, 2013 10:40 AM

        Also, they seem to be in every Latino-esque supermarket (and is there a generic adjective for these places that doesn't sound so awkward?) ... so perhaps check out your local Cardenas, King Ranch, El Super, etc.?

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        1. re: Bradbury
          Mr. Roboto Mar 24, 2013 10:03 PM

          I just saw them today at Big Saver Foods on Garvey Avenue in Rosemead, $1.99/lb.

        2. ipsedixit Mar 22, 2013 07:09 PM

          I would check your local farmers market, esp. if they have vendors that sell lots of peppers, onions, leeks, etc.

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