Chile Peppers

A Red Hot Guide to Our Favorite Chile Peppers

This is a partial field guide to peppers. With upwards of 2,000 kinds of chile peppers in the world, it's hard to catch 'em all, but we delved in and picked a peck: 19 of our favorite peppers, from...

Chilli crisp

by Amandarama 15 days ago

While certainly homemade is best, for those of you that purchase chilli crisp/oil, which brands do you prefer and why? I am thinking about getting some and am trying to decide between a Lao Gan Ma...

Growing chili peppers. let them go red?

by seefoo 2 months ago

I have jalapeños and Thai peppers growing. growing well. I will pick a jalapeño to eat fresh with a sandwich or something occasionally, but I am letting the Thai peppers go. I have lots. two ha...

Tocabe: American Indian restaurants in Denver

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 7 months ago

After reading this piece about Tocabe leaning toward becoming a national retail brand for Native American food products, I'm curious about its pair of restaurants in Denver. Anyone tried them? htt...

Fresh Piment d'Espelette grown by Preston Farm & Winery - Healdsburg, Dry Creek Valley

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 1 year ago

This season's most exciting find at the farmers market so far are the fresh red Piment d'Espelette grown by Lou Preston at his biodynamic farm. This is the signature chile pepper of the Basque hear...

Where can I find red chili peppers that are not just Fresno peppers?

by BigHungryBelly 1 year ago

I am looking for red chili peppers that have relatively thin skins and not too fleshy to make pickled chopped chili peppers. All I can find near me (JONS, Whole foods, and various Korean markets) i...

How to skin dehydrated chiles (and to toast or not)

kleine mocha
by kleine mocha 1 year ago

The only discussion on this I found by searching was four years old, and the contributor may have answered half my question. I have four different kinds of dried chiles (purchased via Amazon) that ...

Aleppo Peppers - how to salt process in the traditional Syrian manner

by glizando 4 years ago

have been a fan of Aleppo Peppers since I first read Paula Wolfert's, Cooking of the Eastern Mediterranean, many year ago. This year I finally found seed and I've grown 4 plants in my backyard. Th...

My Garden 2020

by JMF 1 year ago

I moved recently from lower Westchester County NY to the Southern Catskill Mountains NY. I have been container gardening, very successfully the past ten years. Growing 20-35 plants most years. Bu...

Are these actually cascabel peppers? (Photo)

by gcook 5 years ago

I just brought home my first ever batch of several varieties of dried chile peppers. But these cascabels don't look like the photos of cascabels I've seen. Are they in fact cascabels? They smell an...

What's the real difference between ancho and pasillo chile peppers?

by Bakermon 12 years ago

According to Wikipedia, the only real difference is shape. But according to Pacific Food Importers and World Spice, there are varietal differences. Wiki says anchos are part of the pasillo family...

HELP... fingers are burning from cutting jalapenos. Remedies?

by gtrekker2003 15 years ago

Hi! I just chopped some jalapenos today and now my fingertips are burning quite badly. Anybody know of any remedies? Looked online but found nothing. Maybe I'm not putting in the right searc...

Have you seen er jing tiao chilis anywhere?

by Ang_mo_cook 2 years ago

I have searched all the stores around Spadina Chinatown as well as Nations Experience with no luck.

Zuly's Cafe | Dixon, New Mexico

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

From my tour of Abiquiú https://www.chowhound.com/post/abiquiu-ghost-ranch-bodes-general-store-flourchilds-bakery-1087428 , I took the low road toward Taos. And rushed to get to Zuly's Cafe in Dixo...

Small Hot Whole Red Peppers, dried

by alessandria 2 years ago

Whenever a recipe called for dried chili peppers, I used these. I have looked at at least 20 grocery stores for small dried hot chili peppers (1 1/2 - 2 1/2 inches long) and can only find ground or...

Chili Pequin and Tepin

by bjd 16 years ago

Hello, Two chili-related questions: • Is there a difference between the pequin and tepin chilies? They’re both extremely hot and small. (Also, sometimes it’s spelled “chiltepin.”) Pictures...

Hatch Chile Recipes and Ideas

tim irvine
by tim irvine 2 years ago

The stores are full of Hatch chiles, which we love. Grill a juicy burger, top it with a slice of grilled red onion and a layer of roasted Hatch chili, melt cheese on it, and serve it on a buttered...

Red Chili Peppers

by JerkPork 2 years ago

I have a bunch growing on my plant, I typically freeze them whole. Any other ideas on what to do with them?

Why your Huy Fong Sriracha doesn't taste the same

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 2 years ago

" . . . For nearly 30 years, the company behind Sriracha, Huy Fong Foods, used peppers supplied by Underwood Ranches. Now, the two companies are in the midst of a multimillion-dollar lawsuit, accor...

Pasilla chile substitute?

by stockholm28 8 years ago

I have a recipe I want to make that calls for a Pasilla chile. From what I can tell on the internet search, it looks like a pasilla chile is a dried chile. I have both ancho and guajillo chil...

Best Cooking Method for Shishito Peppers?

by JENNYBEEAY 2 years ago

I love shishito peppers so much but find that they fall flat immediately after grilling them on a perforated grill pan. Does anyone have a tried and true method for cooking these perfectly?