Piperade refers to a dish from Basque region (Spain stretching to France). It is made with tomatoes, onions, garlic and sweet green peppers cooked in olive oil or goose fat. Chopped herbs and eggs is added to the mixture, then slightly scrambled.

Piperade is served with grilled or fried ham and bread as a main course or side dish.

It is called Piperade in Gascon and Piperrada in Basque. It is a traditional dish of France and served in many restaurants and cafe all over the country.

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