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Name: Nepalese pepper


Degree of spiciness: 100,000 to 350,000 SHU (Scoville heat units)

Origin: Nepal

Packaging: bag of 10-12 seeds

Nepalese pepper Dalle Khorsani. Grown in the mountainous regions of Nepal. The peppers are red and round and round and red like cherries when ripe. The word dalai means round in Nepali, and is often the name given to a short round boy! The plant grows into a bush up to 5 meters high and can last 5-6 years under the right climate conditions. Dalle Khorsan

Uses: An important spice for the Nepalese, served as a hot sauce, and also pickled in oil and mustard or chutney with mint and coriander.

Dalle Khorsani

  • intensity of spiciness:  1,000 – 500 SHU

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