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yellow cayenne

Spicy: 50,000 – 20,000 SHU (Scoville scale)

Packaging: bag of 10-12 seeds

Degree of spiciness: medium high
Origin: The name of the cayenne pepper is derived from the city of Cayenne in French Guinea located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Brazil.

general description: Cayenne pepper
The long and narrow fruits, about 10-15 cm long, are eaten when they are yellow, but they can also be eaten green, (unripe).
The plant is low but with a high yield and the peppers grow at the ends of the branches, like clusters. Ripens from green to yellow

uses: Suitable for eating fresh, dried or as a powder. The cayenne pepper is excellent as an addition of spiciness to various dishes and dishes, without the taste of pepper being felt.
Therefore, it is suitable as a spicy addition to foods such as chocolate, cookies and ice creams. There are also many articles about its medicinal properties

yellow cayenne

  • intensity of spiciness: 50,000 - 20,000 SHU


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