The exact origin of this pepper is unknown, but it is an ethnic variety. One translation of "gamba" (as used in cooking) means sweet red pepper . Whatever its origin, this is indeed the best cooking pepper we've found. Use it for stir-fry, baking, and stuffing. As it cooks it becomes even sweeter, and our favorite way to prepare it is to stir-fry 'Gamba' with onions. The fruits are deep-red, flattened bells, approximately 3" in diameter and 2" deep. 'Gamba' is easy to grow, productive, and is more resistant to fruit diseases than other peppers we've grown.
Packet: 0.45 g - approximately 60 seeds