Anaheim green peppers have a deep and slightly sweet chilie flavour. They have a mild heat ranging from 500 to 3,000 scoville heat units. Popular in southwestern cuisines, these peppers can be used to add flvour to salsa, stews and more.
These peppers have a medium heat, and are full in flavour. An earthy, mildly fruity flavour, with a hint of coffee make up its taste. The diced peices have a colour that ranges from red to purple to brown and has a range of 500 to 3000 on the scoville heat scale.
These whole dried peppers have a medium heat, and are full in flavour. An earthy, mildly fruity flavour, with a hint of coffee make up its taste. Its colour ranges from red to purple to brown and a range of 500 to 3000 on the scoville heat scale.
Chipotle morita peppers are ripe red jalepenos that have been smoked and dried. They have a unique flavour that combines heat with a smokey, slightly sweet flavour. Their heat ranges from 12,000 to 26,000 SHU.
Popular in Mexican cooking, guajillo peppers have a spicy fruity flavour. Red to orange-brown in colour a tangy berry like taste adds to its spice. Their heat ranges from 500 to 5000 on Scoville heat scale.
Habenero chiles have an intense heat that ranges from, 150,000-300,000 SHUs. However it contains a taste that is more than just hot with a sublte fruity and citrusy flavour. Use a small amounts to add extra heat a flavour to salsa and sauces.
Scorpion chilies have a heat that is long lasting and extreme. Averaging at 1.2 million SHUs, smokey and slightly citurs notes of the pepper are often overtaken by the peppers intense heat. Handle with care and use approriate gloves and eye protection when working with the chilies.