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Anaheim (pronounced AN-uh-hym) Chile Peppers are among the most popular and commonly available chiles in the United States.
Two to three inches of extreme heat. Bhut Jolokia Chiles are by far, the hottest chile on the planet. Try them if you dare.
Used widely in the dried form, this hot chile can also be used fresh to add heat to soups/stews, stir-frys, and of course salsa. Or, try them in your favorite pickling recipe for a unique kick.
The hottest chile grown in central America or Caribbean, this red or orange lantern shaped chile resembles a bonnet measuring about 2 inches long and 1 3/4 inches in diameter.
In all of New Mexico, no other chile is prized more than this variety which grows in the Mesilla Valley, just north of Las Cruces.
Named after the capital of Veracruz, Mexico - Jalapa, Jalapeno Chile Peppers are among the most popular and commonly available hot chiles in the United States.
The Manzano chile will become the “apple” of your eye. This chile is a great compliment in salsa; it will add spice and richness to your dish.
A pepper that will spice up your dish, and impress the most discerning palate. The Pasilla Chile has a robust flavor with a medium heat index.
Fresno Chiles are available in red and green varieties, the red being the sweeter of the two. On the chile heat scale, it rates a 7 out of 10.
Forget Route 66, get your kicks with the Serrano Chile. Eat them raw, roasted or even pickled.
Give your dish a boost with the Thai chile. Its glossy skin is evergreen in color and its thin flesh has several tiny seeds that house the spiciness of this chile.
When you want to savor the taste of the spice, the Yellow Chile and its earthy flavor will satisfy.
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