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Angel hair chilli pepper

Angel hair chilli pepper

Discover Angel Hair Chili

Cut after harvest, these delicate angel hair chilis decorate and enhance your plates, salads, and verrines. Scoville Scale: 5/10 (hot).

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How to Use Angel Hair Chili in Your Cooking?

Use these chili filaments in a winter soup, stew, sauce, verrine, to spice up a summer salad, or to create beautiful plate presentations. Be careful not to rub your eyes after handling them by hand as the alkaloid they contain can cause a burning sensation.

Some Recipe Ideas Using Angel Hair Chili

  • - Spicy Angel Hair Chili Sauce: Mix chopped angel hair chilis with apple cider vinegar, minced garlic, salt, and sugar in a saucepan. Simmer for a few minutes, then let cool. Use this spicy sauce to enhance your meat, fish, rice, or noodle dishes;
  • - Sautéed Shrimp with Angel Hair Chili: Sauté peeled shrimp with garlic, ginger, green onions, and angel hair chilis in a skillet with a little olive oil. Season with salt and pepper, then serve hot over a bed of rice or sautéed vegetables;
  • - Grilled Chicken Marinated with Angel Hair Chili: Marinate chicken pieces in a mixture of olive oil, lemon juice, paprika, cumin, coriander, and chopped angel hair chilis. Let it sit for at least an hour, then grill until the chicken is well-cooked and crispy on the outside;
  • - Tropical Salsa with Angel Hair Chili: Mix diced mango, pineapple, cucumber, red bell pepper, and red onion with lime juice, fresh cilantro, and angel hair chilis. Serve this refreshing salsa with tacos, nachos, or grilled fish.

What Are the Flavors of Angel Hair Chili?

These small chilis, as thin as hair, emit a characteristic fruity and floral aroma, with slightly sweet notes that complement their fiery heat.

The Botanical Origin of Angel Hair Chili

Angel hair chili, scientifically known as Capsicum annuum var. Belonging to the Solanaceae family, this herbaceous plant produces small, elongated, narrow, and tapered chilis that resemble strands of hair, hence its evocative name. Angel hair chili typically grows in warm and sunny climates and is cultivated in many tropical and subtropical regions around the world.

Where Does Angel Hair Chili Come From?

Light, thin, mild, these angel hair chilis are harvested in the Tianjin region in northeastern China. Cut after harvest, these delicate filaments have warm notes and peppery, fruity flavors. They are rated at 5/10 (hot) on the Scoville scale, meaning they are hotter than piment d'Espelette and less fiery than fire ring chilis.

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Allergen Absence
Native country CHINE
Ingredients chili angel hair
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