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Pepper - Jalapeno (Hot)
One of the most common chili peppers, jalapeños are green when picked and are usually used while green. Jalapeños will turn red as they ripen, both on the plant and after they’ve been picked. They can be eaten when red, too. They’re no hotter when red, but their flavor is somewhat fruitier and less grassy. A member of the capsicum family, jalapeño chillies range from moderately to very hot. Originating from South America, they are about 4cm long, dark green when young and scarlet when ripe, and are sold both fresh and tinned. Dried and smoked, they are known as chipotle, and take on a deep, sweet flavor that some say has a slight chocolate note. Chipotles are also available pickled.