Mild or Hot
Each pepper has its unique set of properties and spicyness.
Sweet Seasons Peppers come in all shapes and sizes.
There is a wide variety of peppers that include chili peppers. However, sweet peppers are also part of the same family.
The heat of a pepper is measured using Scoville Heat Units (SHU). The scale ranges from 0 all the way to 3,000,000 units.
0 (zero) SHU
Due to its wide range of spicyness, peppers have become an essential ingredient in different types of cuisine across the world not only for their flavor and texture but also for the color they can bring to a dish.
So many types
all of them fresh
A mild variety of chile pepper typically used in Mexican and Southwestern cooking.
Relatively large in size the bell pepper does not produce capsaicin.
That's why some people refer to them as sweet peppers. All bell peppers are green in origin, depending on the seed the peppers will turn red or orange or yellow when they ripe.
Can be used to add a different color and flavor to salsas and other recipes.
Can be used fresh and diced in salsas or blended into hot sauce.
Their aroma and flavor make them perfect for hot sauces.
The sweet, hot flavor of these peppers is very popular in mole sauces, and other traditional Latin dishes, soups and salads.
Available in medium, smooth XXL, lightly striped large.
Red Jalapeño Peppers
A more mature version of the green jalapeño with a slightly stronger pungency.
With a unique citrusy fruitiness, the flavor of the manzano can be described as a spicier bell pepper.
It can be eaten raw or cooked but it is frequently roasted.
Perfect for salsas, sauces, relishes, garnishes, making hot sauce and more.
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