Greek Golden Pepperoncini Peppers mainly grown in the north west of the Peloponnese in Greece. These peppers grow on a bushy plant that reaches 30 inches (77 cm) in height and produces sweet to mild hot green pepper that turn Golden when cured. Usually picked at (2 to 9 cm) long, these bright yellow green peppers taper to a blunt, lobed end.

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Pepperoncini are typically used in sandwiches, salads (particularly Greek salad), tossed salads, served in pizzerias, and antipasto platters, and as a garnish to lend dishes a crunchy texture and salty taste.