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Ring of fire chilli pepper

Ring of fire chilli pepper

A Chili to Spice Up Your Dishes

The ring of fire chili enhances your tomato sauces, stews, and guacamole without burning. Scoville scale: 9/10 (hot).

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How to Cook with Ring of Fire Chili?

While in China you can consume it pickled with dried yak, here we recommend adding these little rings to your fish papillotes, meat marinades, and other stews. It creates a visual sensation when plating a dish. Its name comes from its ring shape. It is cultivated in the Yunnan region in southeast China.

This ring of fire chili is rated 9/10 (hot) on the Scoville scale. It is more potent than Espelette pepper and less fiery than bird's eye chili.

Some Recipe Ideas to Use Ring of Fire Chili

  • - Homemade Hot Sauce with Ring of Fire Chili: Infuse ring of fire chilis in warm apple cider vinegar for about a week. Blend the chilis with garlic, salt, and sugar. Strain and bottle for a perfect homemade hot sauce for tacos, eggs, or pizzas;
  • - Crispy Chicken with Ring of Fire Chili: Mix ring of fire chili with flour and spices like paprika and garlic powder. Coat chicken pieces in this mixture and fry until crispy and cooked through. Serve with spicy ranch sauce for a tasty and spicy meal;
  • - Arrabiata Pasta with Ring of Fire Chili: Sauté chopped garlic in olive oil until golden. Add canned crushed tomatoes, sliced (or flaked) ring of fire chili, salt, and pepper. Let the sauce simmer for 15-20 minutes, then pour over al dente pasta. Garnish with grated Parmesan and fresh basil;
  • - Vegetarian Curry with Ring of Fire Chili: Sauté bell peppers, carrots, and snap peas in coconut oil with ring of fire chili powder and curry powder. Add coconut milk and let simmer until the vegetables are tender. Serve over cooked basmati rice with fresh cilantro leaves for a spicy vegetarian dish.

It is best to add it at the end of cooking. Avoid handling it with bare hands. Prefer using gloves. Avoid any contact with the eyes.

The Power of Ring of Fire Chili

Its aromas are both spicy and earthy, with slightly smoky undertones. This chili offers a subtle balance between the burning heat that tingles the taste buds and an aromatic complexity that varies depending on its variety and origin. Its vibrant and bold notes pair perfectly with a multitude of recipes.

The Botanical Origin of Ring of Fire Chili

The "ring of fire" chili belongs to the species Capsicum annuum, a variety of chili native to South America, specifically tropical and subtropical regions. This plant is part of the Solanaceae family, which also includes plants like tomatoes and potatoes. "Ring of fire" chilis are characterized by their small red pepper-shaped fruits, which can be consumed fresh or dried for use as a spice. They are appreciated for their moderately to highly spicy flavor, often accompanied by a fruity sweetness.

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Allergen Absence
Native country CHINE
Genus and botanical species Capsicum frutescens
Ingredients ring of fire chilli pepper
TRACES EVENTUELLES D'ALLERGÈNES céleri, sésame, moutarde, fruits à coques.