Ring of fire chilli pepper
In China this chilli pepper is eaten marinated with dried yack. Why not add these little rings to your fish en papillote, marinated meat and stews. It makes an amazing decoration for your dishes. It gets its name from its ring-shape and is grown in Yunnan in South Eastern China.
Ring of Fire chilli peppers are rated 5/10 on the Scoville scale. They are stronger than Espelette chilli pepper and not as hot as Bird pepper.
Ring of Fire will spice up your home-made guacamole, chicken stock, grilled meat, delicate white fish, salads or chocolate desserts.
It is best added at the end of the cooking process. Avoid touching with bare hands and try and use gloves. Avoid all contact with eyes.
|Genus and botanical species||Capsicum frutescens|
|Ingredients||ring of fire chilli pepper|
|TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES||céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.|