{"id":1010557812851,"title":"Bird's Eye Chili Peppers Organic - 100,000 HU!","handle":"birds-eye-chili-peppers-organic-100-000-hu","description":"The hottest peppers we sell! Our organic Thai Birds Eye Chili Peppers are 100,000 heat units! These are hot!!! These are straight from the farms of India where this pepper thrives! The term Bird's eye chili is also used for the North American Chiltepin pepper, both due to their small round shape and because they're widely spread by birds.A small chile pepper that is typically harvested when it is approximately an inch in length and matured from green to red or purple in color. It is a popular ingredient in southeast Asian, African, Spanish, and Portuguese cooking. Often referred to as piri-piri, peri-peri, peli-peli, or picante in eastern Europe, the Bird's eye Chili Pepper is a very hot pepper, adding significant heat to food recipes. It is commonly used to make marinades and sauces for meats, poultry, fish and seafoods. PLEASE NOTE! Cayenne and Chili are the same thing and contrary to popular myth, the difference in their names has nothing to do with either their heat units or origins.Our Exclusive Award Winning Thai Pepper Shrimp Recipe!Garlic Spicy Shrimp Recipe w\/Thai Pepper 2-3 Pounds Shrimp1\/4 cup Olive Oil2 Tablespoons Florida Herb House Organic Thai Chili Peppers Or As Much As You Dare!5 tsp Florida Herb House Organic Garlic MincedDash Florida Herb House Onion PowderDash Florida Herb House Organic Seasoned Salt1 Challot Minced1\/2 of LemonENJOY!!Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round!\r\nMost sources state that the birdseye is Capsicum frutescens, making it a relative of the tabasco chile. Depending on growing conditions, the plants range in height from one and a half to four feet tall, and are usually very bushy. The leaves vary in length from 1-1\/2 to 3 inches and in width from 1\/2 inch to 1 inch. 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Often referred to as piri-piri, peri-peri, peli-peli, or picante in eastern Europe, the Bird's eye Chili Pepper is a very hot pepper, adding significant heat to food recipes. It is commonly used to make marinades and sauces for meats, poultry, fish and seafoods. PLEASE NOTE! Cayenne and Chili are the same thing and contrary to popular myth, the difference in their names has nothing to do with either their heat units or origins.Our Exclusive Award Winning Thai Pepper Shrimp Recipe!Garlic Spicy Shrimp Recipe w\/Thai Pepper 2-3 Pounds Shrimp1\/4 cup Olive Oil2 Tablespoons Florida Herb House Organic Thai Chili Peppers Or As Much As You Dare!5 tsp Florida Herb House Organic Garlic MincedDash Florida Herb House Onion PowderDash Florida Herb House Organic Seasoned Salt1 Challot Minced1\/2 of LemonENJOY!!Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round!\r\nMost sources state that the birdseye is Capsicum frutescens, making it a relative of the tabasco chile. Depending on growing conditions, the plants range in height from one and a half to four feet tall, and are usually very bushy. The leaves vary in length from 1-1\/2 to 3 inches and in width from 1\/2 inch to 1 inch. The fruits generally measure between 1\/2 and 1 inch long and taper to a blunt point. Immature pod color is green, mature color is bright red.What is the hottest chile pepper in the world? Up until September of 2006, the Guinness Book of World Records listed the world's hottest chile pepper as the \"Red Savina\" habanero. The new hottest chile pepper in the world is the \"Bhut Jolokia\" with a Scoville rating three times that of the \"Red Savina,\" at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU).What makes chile peppers hot? The heat in a chile pepper is caused by a group of alkaloids called capsaicinoids. There are currently 15 different capsaicinoids making up capsaicin, meaning there are endless possibilities for flavor and heat combinations.How do you get the burning to stop? The best way to ease the burning sensation is to drink milk, or eat any dairy product. A substance found in dairy products known as casein helps to disrupt the burning sensation. If you get the oil on your skin you may want to rub it with rubbing alcohol first then soak in milk, this seems to alleviate the burning. If you get capsaicinoids in your eyes the only thing you can do is repeatedly rinse with water.Recent Searches: birds eye chili pepperbirds eye chili peppersafrican birds eye chilibirds eye chiliafrican birds eye pepperbirds eye chili pepperbirds eye pepperthai chile pepperhottest chile pepperchile pepper recipeschile pepper plantworld s hottest chile pepperhot chile pepper"}

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The hottest peppers we sell! Our organic Thai Birds Eye Chili Peppers are 100,000 heat units! These are hot!!! These are straight from the farms of India where this pepper thrives! The term Bird's eye chili is also used for the North American Chiltepin pepper, both due to their small round shape and because they're widely spread by birds.A small chile pepper that is typically harvested when it is approximately an inch in length and matured from green to red or purple in color. It is a popular ingredient in southeast Asian, African, Spanish, and Portuguese cooking. Often referred to as piri-piri, peri-peri, peli-peli, or picante in eastern Europe, the Bird's eye Chili Pepper is a very hot pepper, adding significant heat to food recipes. It is commonly used to make marinades and sauces for meats, poultry, fish and seafoods. PLEASE NOTE! Cayenne and Chili are the same thing and contrary to popular myth, the difference in their names has nothing to do with either their heat units or origins.Our Exclusive Award Winning Thai Pepper Shrimp Recipe!Garlic Spicy Shrimp Recipe w/Thai Pepper 2-3 Pounds Shrimp1/4 cup Olive Oil2 Tablespoons Florida Herb House Organic Thai Chili Peppers Or As Much As You Dare!5 tsp Florida Herb House Organic Garlic MincedDash Florida Herb House Onion PowderDash Florida Herb House Organic Seasoned Salt1 Challot Minced1/2 of LemonENJOY!!Packed Fresh To Order In Our Flavor Savor Foil Bags! Florida Herb House guarantees the best herbs and spices all year round! Most sources state that the birdseye is Capsicum frutescens, making it a relative of the tabasco chile. Depending on growing conditions, the plants range in height from one and a half to four feet tall, and are usually very bushy. The leaves vary in length from 1-1/2 to 3 inches and in width from 1/2 inch to 1 inch. The fruits generally measure between 1/2 and 1 inch long and taper to a blunt point. Immature pod color is green, mature color is bright red.What is the hottest chile pepper in the world? Up until September of 2006, the Guinness Book of World Records listed the world's hottest chile pepper as the "Red Savina" habanero. The new hottest chile pepper in the world is the "Bhut Jolokia" with a Scoville rating three times that of the "Red Savina," at 1,001,304 Scoville Heat Units (SHU).What makes chile peppers hot? The heat in a chile pepper is caused by a group of alkaloids called capsaicinoids. There are currently 15 different capsaicinoids making up capsaicin, meaning there are endless possibilities for flavor and heat combinations.How do you get the burning to stop? The best way to ease the burning sensation is to drink milk, or eat any dairy product. A substance found in dairy products known as casein helps to disrupt the burning sensation. If you get the oil on your skin you may want to rub it with rubbing alcohol first then soak in milk, this seems to alleviate the burning. If you get capsaicinoids in your eyes the only thing you can do is repeatedly rinse with water.Recent Searches: birds eye chili pepperbirds eye chili peppersafrican birds eye chilibirds eye chiliafrican birds eye pepperbirds eye chili pepperbirds eye pepperthai chile pepperhottest chile pepperchile pepper recipeschile pepper plantworld s hottest chile pepperhot chile pepper