Quality varies tremendously mostly receive packs w
Quality varies tremendously mostly receive packs with at least one soft and wrinkly other times they are good
Suit me fine
I use these to make a mild Indonesian chilli paste (Sambal Bajak). If you remove the seeds, all heat will be gone. They are a little expensive for the amount I use.
Good flavour medium heat. Nice raw mixed in with b
Good flavour medium heat. Nice raw mixed in with bean and veg salad.
Rubbish! Hardly any discernible heat at all.
Rubbish! Hardly any discernible heat at all, even with seeds & membranes left in.
Depends on usage and season.
These are sourced from Senegal and I would say they are cayenne hot.. just right on a pizza if you want to pep it up a bit ...good value .
very very very very very very very very very mild
Given this as a replacement for scotch bonnet chillies, I found them so mild that I ate a piece raw while I was chopping it up and felt no heat at all. I threw the entire packet in a chili con carne and the result was a pleasant but very mild heat. Maybe half the heat of a single bird's eye chili.
Terrible, no taste and very little heat, you may as well not bother.
Wonderful little peppers.
These are a staple for me. Nice slightly fruity flavour that goes well with pretty much anything. They will not blow you away with heat, but they are not supposed to do so!
The heat is in the seeds
True to its description, medium heat. If you want it Mildly spicy (or not spicy at all), remove the seeds.
Was this a pack of chillies? I couldn't tell, other than by reading the label which said they were medium. There was absolutely no taste to them at all. The pack says it weighs 60g but there was in fact 115g in the pack of 7 that I received. I don't know if the extra chillies are to make up for the fact that these are rubbish. But extra tasteless chillies are no use to anyone. I won't be buying these again