This cool pepper has a rich spicy flavor with just the right amount of heat for most folks.
It's hotter than the Jalapeno but not as hot as a Habanero. If you're making a powder or flakes, try slightly roasting them in the oven with the broiler on before grinding up. Cayenne's are dependable producers and early enough for shorter summers. Also very good diced up fresh and used to top off many dishes.
Scoville Heat Units: 30,000 - 50,000 SHUs.
#1 top producing Capsicum Annuum that you'll find anywhere. Where are the leaves?? There aren't many, mostly chilies. The more you pick, the more replacement peppers "shoot for the sun"...
What an explosion of colors on one of my favorite peppers. The absolute best pepper for drying. Each Chili has it's own unique taste too. Very flavorful! Don't just "Follow...
The perfect pepper for drying. I picked over 150 pods from one plant. Irreplaceable in Chinese dishes, I like to stir fry my Kung Pao In oil with chicken or...