Los pimientos de Padron, (Padron´s peppers) are a small variety of green peppers from Galicia (Spain). They are served fried with olive oil and coarse salt at many tapas bars in Spain while you are enjoying a beer or wine. . Besides being salty and sweet, most people eat Pimientos de Padrón for the fun of it.
One famous fact is that one in every 10 pimientos de Padron is hot, which is why they're also known as 'Russian Roulette' chilies. As Galician people say in the language of Galicia (Gallego) : “Os pimientos de padrón uns pican e outros non” - "Peppers of Padron, some of them hot, and others not".
I call this a “no recipe recipe”, because it is so easy and simple dish, which includes only 3 ingredients. To prepare, just wash them, dry and fry them in a frying pan in a bit of olive oil and season with salt.