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Shishito peppers are called kkwarigochu in Korean, Kkwari means twisted and GoChu means peppers. They’re usually about 2-3 inches long and always wrinkly. The skin is thin and they’re very mild. In Korean cuisine, they’re often used in side dishes and are steamed, stir-fried, cooked, boiled, or sauteed. Flown by air.
A hole is poked in the pepper beforehand to keep expanding hot air from bursting the pepper. It may be skewered then broiled (grilled), or pan-fried in oil, stewed in a soy sauce- and dashi-based liquid, or simply eaten raw in a salad or as a condiment. It is thin-skinned and will blister and char easily compared with thicker-skinned varieties of peppers.