What is a Caribe pepper?
- The fiercely hot yellow Caribe Pepper originated from the Caribbean during the Columbus era. On a heat scale of 1 to 10, Caribe Peppers are about a 7.
How to Eat
- Always wear gloves when handling chiles. Use sparingly in salsas and to flavor Latin dishes. Add to soups, sauces or stews.
- Excellent source of vitamin C.
How to Choose
- Choose chiles with smooth, firm, unblemished skins.
How to Store
- Store refrigerated up to 2 weeks.
When are they in season?
Where are they grown?
- Product of U.S.A. and Mexico
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