Green Chilli Pickle
This chilli pickle recipe, aka "Hari Mirch ka Achar", is a popular Indian condiment, with spicy peppers pickled in oil, vinegar and lots of seasonings.
What are Mulato Peppers?
The mulato pepper is a poblano pepper that is ripened to brown, then dried, similar to the ancho pepper, but with a slightly different flavor.
7 Mexican Green Chili Peppers–How to Tell Them Apart
Distinguish among seven types of green chili peppers commonly used in Mexican and Mexican-inspired cuisines.
Habanero Pepper – All About Them
The habanero pepper is named after the Cuban city of La Habana and measures between 100,000 - 350,000 Scoville Heat Units. Learn more about the habanero pepper from Chili Pepper Madness, including the history, growing and cooking with them.
Cayenne Peppers – All About Them
The cayenne pepper is a thin, long green to red chili pepper. The "cayenne pepper" spice found in restaurants is the dried, ground version of this pepper.
Aji Amarillo – the Sunny Yellow Chili Pepper
The aji amarillo is a spicy South American chili pepper with vibrant orange-yellow skin and fruity flavor. It is important in Peruvian cuisine. Learn more.
This Chart Will Tell You Exactly How Spicy Your Favorite Pepper Is
Whether you're making salsa, poppers or salad, discover which types of chili peppers or sweet peppers will work best for your recipe.
Jamaican Hot Peppers
Jamaican Hot Peppers. 100,000 - 350,000 Scoville Units. Scotch Bonnet’s are brightly colored chile peppers; these Jamaican hot chiles are typically red or yellow when fully ripe. They can be eaten fresh by those seeking a high from the fiery burn and are also great for pickling, garnishes, sauces and jerk rubs. The Scotch Bonnet is also known as Boabs Bonnet, Scotty Bons, Bonney peppers, or Caribbean red peppers.
Chili Peppers - How Hot is Hot?
Growing chili peppers is becoming as popular as eating them. Here's how to choose one with the right heat for you and tips for growing the best.
Tabasco Chili Peppers
The tabasco pepper is a chili pepper originating from Mexico, best known for being used to make the famous Tabasco sauce. The peppers are vibrant red and offer a nice level of heat.
Cubanelle Pepper: All About Them
Learn more about the Cubanelle Chili Pepper from Chili Pepper Madness, including heat levels, flavor, cooking tips and Cubanelle pepper substitutes.
Ancho Ranchero Peppers
The Ancho Rachero pepper is a mild hybrid of the poblano chili pepper with medium-thick flesh. It is best for stuffing, roasting, or for Mexican cuisine.