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Chilean Chile Pepper Salsa Pebre Recipe - South American Food
Pebre is probably the most ubiquitous condiment in Chile. This spicy mixture of chile peppers, onions, garlic, and cilantro comes in many variations in different ...
Chili Peppers - Domestication of Capsicum - Archaeology - About.com
Chili pepper (Capsicum spp. L., and sometimes spelled chile or chilli) is a plant which was domesticated in the Americas at least 6,000 years ago. Its spicy ...
What are Chile Peppers - Gardening - About.com
Few edibles are harder to pigeonhole than chile peppers. To start, what's the proper spelling? Is it chili, chilli, or chile? The South American country is Chile; ...
Chile Pepper Heat Scoville Scale - Home Cooking
Chile Pepper Heat Scoville Scale. This chart will help you judge the heat level of chile peppers.
Are Serrano Chile Peppers Hot? - Phoenix - About.com
Are serrano peppers hot? Yes! Learn more about serrano chile peppers, commonly used in Southwestern cooking, and see a picture. Page 6.
Green Chile Peppers and Anaheim Peppers - Phoenix - About.com
Get familiar with green chile peppers, otherwise known as Anaheim peppers, commonly used in Southwestern cooking.
8 Types of Chile Peppers - Videos - About.com
... in Phoenix, but this video shows the 8 types of chile peppers most commonly found. Here, learn about 8 types of chile peppers found in this part of Arizona.
Types of Fresh Chile Peppers - Local Foods - About.com
These fresh, hot chiles (a.k.a. hot peppers or chili peppers) are worth seeking ... Taking a bite of fresh chile might not lead the eater to guess that chiles are in the  ...
What are Poblano Peppers? (Definition) - Culinary Arts - About.com
Poblano peppers (pronounced "po-BLAH-no") are a mild variety of chili pepper used in Mexican and Southwestern cooking, perhaps most notably in the classic  ...
Which Chile Peppers are Which? - Phoenix - About.com
See a description and see a picture of jalapeņo peppers, commonly used in ... and show you a picture, so you can recognize the chile you want for your recipe.
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