Hot mixed chillies x 3

Hot mixed chillies x 3

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£1.75

Add some fiery heat to your dish with these hot organic chillies, grown on our farms in Devon and France.

There are thousands of varieties out there, and we love experimenting with growing different types. You’ll get a mix of the best as we pick them. Our favourites that you’ll see most often are the punchy, flavoursome Koral, Orange Fresno and Daredevil varieties. Taste a little from the tip to find out how hot each one is before adding loads to your dish!

Quick Overview

Add some fiery heat to your dish with these hot organic chillies, grown on our farms in Devon and France.


There are thousands of varieties out there, and we love experimenting with growing different types. You’ll get a mix of the best as we pick them. Our favourites that you’ll see most often are the punchy, flavoursome Koral, Orange Fresno and Daredevil varieties. Taste a little from the tip to find out how hot each one is before adding loads to your dish!

Varieties

Koral – Good things often come in small packages. This is our first year growing this variety, and it’s come in smaller than expected – but it certainly packs a punch!

Orange Fresno– First bred in California in the early 1950s, Fresno chillies are named after the city in that state. They come in a wide variety of colours: this one ripens to a bright orange. Similar in appearance to a jalapeño, they have a fruitier, sweeter flavour than that stalwart, and are better for drying. Widely versatile, they can be used virtually however you want.

Daredevil – Cayenne peppers, named after the river and city in French Guiana where their use was first recorded, are one of the most widely used chillies in the western hemisphere – first recorded in 1552 (and mentioned in Culpeper’s Complete Herbal of 1653). This variety could be used in a dressing or marinade, to flavour curries or Cajun dishes.

Storage

For best results: remove stalks, keep in the bag in the fridge for about a week.

Cooking

To prepare, cut lengthways and slice off the stem (remove the seeds and membrane if you want a milder heat). Wash your hands thoroughly and avoid touching your eyes or any sensitive skin.

Organic chilli farmer

We’re chilli fiends, growing all sorts of varieties here in Devon, and on Guy’s farm in France. We decided which should go in our mild mix and which in our hot mix using the Scoville Scale as well as our own taste tests.