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Serrano Peppers

The Serrano is the most widely used fresh pepper in Mexico and the Southwest United States. It is most commonly seen in its green, fresh form, although red Serranos are sometimes available. It is thought to have originated in the mountain ridges or "serranias," in Mexico. Serrano Chiles have thin skins and are not as meaty as jalapeño peppers. On a heat scale of 1 to 10, Serranos rank about a 7.

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Nutritional Information

Serving Size: 1 (6g)

Calories:

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  • Total Fat 0g

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  • Saturated Fat 0g

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  • Trans Fat 0g

  • Cholesterol 0mg

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  • Sodium 0mg

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  • Total Carbohydrate 0g

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  • Dietary Fiber 0g

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  • Sugars 0g

  • Protein 0g

DV%

  • Vitamin A

    2%

  • Vitamin C

    4%

  • Calcium

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  • Iron

    0%

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