Spanish Mini Peppers
The family solanaceae, is a hollow with a bright fruit pulp, hard, crisp, juicy. Although it has important nutritional characteristics, the energy value of mini peppers is very low, approximately 27kcal / 100g. Mini peppers have a very high content not lipid, carbohydrate and protein and a higher content of minerals and vitamins. Vitamin c can be found in larger quantities, followed by vitamin a. In fewer, but also notable we found vitamins b1, b2, b6 and vitamin e.
Its total weight is composed of 92% water, with an important contribution of vitamins, as we have seen, only 2% fat and only 4% of carbohydrates. Currently there is much value the mini pepper or baby because it has the same properties and nutrients than normal size, but are grown in a variety of colours that makes them very attractive when decorating a plate. In the same way as larger peppers, mini peppers have great benefits among which are its low fat and calories that make perfect product to weight control diets. They have an outstanding list of nutrients and properties necessary to prevent diseases.