Also known as Friariello di Nocera or Peperone Friariello. This classic Italian frying pepper originates from the southern Italian region of Campania. This is the true version which is tri-lobed and not to be confused with the shorter, pointier Friariello di Napoli (which is mildly hot). This true variety is very popular in Europe. The slender fruits grow up to 5″ long and go from deep green to red. It is commonly used at the green stage. It can be cooked like Shishito peppers, pan blistered with a bit of Olive oil, a squeeze of lemon juice and salted. Get out a loaf of bread and you have a meal! Delicious!!