Cacho de Cabra peppers

Cacho de Cabra Guide: Heat, Flavor, Uses

What Are Cacho de Cabra? Cacho de Cabra (a.k.a. Aji Cacho de Cabra), which translates to “Goat’s Horn” in English, is a type of chili pepper native to Chile. It is one of the most commonly used peppers (both fresh and dried) in Chilean cuisine …

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Thai Dragon Pepper

Thai Dragon Pepper Guide: Heat, Flavor, Uses

What are Thai Dragon peppers? Thai Dragon peppers are a type of chili pepper (a variety of Thai pepper) native to Thailand. They are small but pack a punch with an impressive heat level that ranges between 50,000 to 100,000 Scoville heat units (SHU). These …

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Fire and Ice Pepper

Fire And Ice Pepper Guide: Heat, Flavor, Uses

What are Fire and Ice peppers? The Fire and Ice pepper is an ornamental pepper that’s valued for its unique “fire and ice” coloration (shades of white, yellow, orange, and red) and moderate heat level. Bred for both ornamental and culinary use, they are ideal …

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chipotle pepper

Chipotle Pepper Guide: Types, Heat, Flavor, Uses

What are chipotle peppers? Chipotle peppers are smoked, dried jalapeño peppers, and as such they share the same medium-level heat as jalapeños (2,500 to 8,000 Scoville heat units.) It’s a popular chili pepper variety in both Mexico and North America, and growing fast in favor across the …

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Chipotle Meco

Chipotle Meco Guide: Heat, Flavor, Uses

What are chipotle meco peppers? Chipotle meco peppers (also known as chipotle tipico) are a type of smoked, dried jalapeño. After being allowed to ripen to a bright red, these peppers are smoked for a longer period than their more common counterpart, the chipotle morita. …

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Morita pepper

Morita Pepper Guide: Heat, Flavor, Uses

What are morita peppers? Morita peppers (or chipotle morita) are a type of chipotle pepper, originating from Mexico. They belong to the Capsicum annuum species, which includes a wide variety of peppers such as bell peppers, jalapeños, and cayenne peppers. Morita peppers are ripened red …

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Ñora pepper substitute

What Are The Best Ñora Pepper Substitutes?

Ñora peppers, native to Spain, are a distinct variety of red bell pepper that is dried and used to add a unique, sweet, and mild flavor to various dishes. However, they are not always readily available in every region. Let’s look at your best substitutes …

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Dried ñora peppers

Ñora Pepper Guide: Heat, Flavor, Uses

What are ñora peppers? Ñora peppers (or nora peppers), also known as Spanish red bell peppers, are a variety of Capsicum annuum with a mild Scoville heat range (roughly 500 to 1,000 Scoville heat units.) They are predominantly grown in the regions of Murcia and …

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Hottest peppers in the world - Carolina Reaper

The Hottest Peppers In The World (Updated for 2024)

The title of “hottest pepper in the world” is something that’s challenged more often than you may expect. Every year hot pepper cultivators find new ways to hybridize chilies and utilize their environment (soil, water, sunlight) to create peppers that will compete for the top …

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Loco Pepper

Loco Pepper Guide: Heat, Flavor, Uses

What are Loco Peppers? Loco peppers are a variety of ornamental peppers that are popular for their vibrant colors (a mix of purple, red, orange, and yellow) and rounded shape. These colorful chilies are perfect for adding flare to your garden landscaping and work well …

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