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Very Hot. Scoville Heat Units: 70,000 - 85,000

Also known as Asian Hot.

It is most commonly grown in Thailand, Southeast Asia, California.

 

 

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Thai Peppers

The Thai pepper is a thin, long, pointed chile that is thin-fleshed with lots of seeds. It is easily dried and has a heat that lingers on the palate. The Thai pepper is used primarily in many Southeast Asian dishes.

For such a small chile, it packs an incredibly fiery punch. Thai chiles range in color from red to green when fully mature. They are often used in Asian curries. Thai peppers should be used sparingly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Think of Thai peppers as little firecrackers!

They are ery hot with a fast, clear and lasting explosion of heat! They are also a bit acidic.

Use with a light hand. The first heat wave is not the last - it lingers.


 

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