A staple in Peruvian cuisines! The Aji Amarillo is Native to South America and is apart of the Capsicum baccatum species.
FUN FACT: ALL Capsicum baccatum species have fuzzy leaves!
The Aji Amarillo is a bright orange, thick-fleshed pepper that is bursting with flavor. The heat is no joke either, coming in at a mere 30,000 - 50,000 Scoville Heat Units. It's most common appearance in Peruvian culture is in the form of a paste, but can be found used in a handful of Spanish dishes! Such a fantastic pepper and very versatile!
Capsicum Baccatum (85 days until harvest)
Heat Level: 30,000 - 50,000 Scoville Heat Units
10+ Aji Amarillo Seeds Per Pack
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