There is one brand of guindillas in ibarra that out stands over the others and that is the zubelzu.
Its farmland is facing the sun, they don’t use pesticides or herbicides and they are hand-picked. The zubelzu guindillas with their tender meat and fine skin have the eusko label quality seal. (superior quality)
A tip: don’t discard the oil of the gildas. You can use it as part of a salad dressing, especially for salads with fish or fish conserves like anchovies, boquerones, bonito tuna, salmon…
Zubelzu Gildas ( With Marinated Anchovy)
Zubelzu gildas ( with boqueron)
Ibarra guindillas, boqueron and olives.
The ibarra guindilla is a type of pepper renowned because of its tender meat, fine skin and a flavor so exquisite that it is also known as the ibarra shrimp.
The mixture of the three products, combining the fresh green, salty and piquant touch was first done in casa valles, in san sebastian, 60 years ago. The film gilda, starred by rita hayworth, evoked the three flavors and gave name to this famous pintxo.
Ingredients: ibarra guindilla, anchovy fillet, manzanilla olive, vegetable oil and preservative (sodium metabisulfite).