HOW TO MAKE PIPERADE
AND THE MANY WAYS TO SERVE IT!
Pipérade, or piperrada as it is known in Spain, is a flavorful stew made from peppers, tomatoes, and onions slow-cooked in olive oil. Classically, it always included beaten eggs that were cooked in the vegetable mixture. Often a thick slice of Jambon de Bayonne, a slightly sweet, air-cured ham similar to prosciutto, was fried and served over the top. Nowadays, it has become a more foundational element; often appearing in many different guises and cuisines.