Jalapeño chili granules - green
Origin of Jalapeño chili
The jalapeño chili originates from Mexico, more specifically from the state of Vera Cruz, and is still home to one of the largest areas involved in jalapeño chili cultivation. According to tradition, green jalapeño chili is more valuable than the red version, which is the main ingredient in smoked chili - chipotle. Jalapeño chili can reach 2,500 to 10,000 units on the Scoville scale, making it one of the medium-hot peppers, it is the best-known variety of chili in the world.
What foods can green jalapeño chili be used for?
We can taste cooked and fried meat dishes, one-course dishes made from beans and lentils.
- It can even be added to falafel and other, such as stuffed, casserole vegetable dishes.
- Jalapeño chili granules are excellent for meat and pasta dishes and stews made with cream.
- Jalapeño chili granules are excellent for making a wide variety of sauces, dips and spreads like chili dip, guacamole, eggplant spread, salsa, cream cheese.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight.