Love Chile Peppers?
Come learn about 39 different chile peppers. Some are mild like the Anaheim and some are so hot they are literally being used as weapons. Complete with information about their origin and history, uses, and full-color photographs!
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Popular in Mexico, serrano peppers
are slowly making their way into more American cuisine. Immature serranos are green and mature to a deep red, about three inches long and 1/2 inch around.
Serrano peppers are very similar looking to jalapenos but are 4 to 5 times hotter, coming in at 10,000 to 20,000 Scoville heat units, compared to 5,000 to 8,000 for the jalapeno pepper
Serrano peppers are very common in guacamole and many salsas. Learn more about this versatile pepper to create many dishes that your friends will love.
Using serrano peppers
in salsa isn't nearly as popular as using jalapenos but the serrano peppers have their own unique flavor and normally pack more of a kick.
hot sauces are a great way to add heat and flavor to many dishes from a topping on grilled chicken or beef to a drizzle for soups.