Fresh Fields' Guide To Chili Peppers
Habanero - HHHOTTT!!!
Would you believe 50 times hotter than a jalapeno?
Scotch Bonnet - Almost as hot as a habanero, this pepper is used in Caribbean cooking. It
has a tropical, fruity flavor.
Jalapeno - Our most popular pepper. Look for jalapenos that are deep green.
Anaheim - These long, green chilies are relatively mild (for a chili pepper, that is).
They are the variety most often used in packaged and prepared foods.
Dried Ancho Chilies - These are the sweetest of the chilies and are ideal for sauces and
Dried Habanero Chilies - These are just as hot dried as fresh!
Dried Chipotle Chilies - Also called Ahumado, these are smoked dried jalapeno chilies that
are excellent in seasoning soup and salsa.
Dried Japones Chilies - These are small, very hot peppers grown in China and Japan. Use
them in your favorite stir fry.
Dried Pastilla Chilies - These mild to medium hot chilies have a rich flavor that is
excellent when ground and used in sauces.
Source: Bill Kellogg
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