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  • Habanero chili

Habanero chillies can be green, yellow, orange or red. This chili is 3 to 6 cm long and has the shape of a small lantern. Habanero is one of the hottest chillies and scores a 9 out of 10 on the 'hot scale'.
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Habanero chili tips

When ripe?

A habanero chili is ready to use when the chili is completely, green, yellow, orange or red. EAT ME habanero chillies in the shops are always ripe and ready to use in a recipe.

temp of Habanero chili

Storage advice

Keep habanero chillies in the fridge.


How to cut a Habanero chili?

Rinse the chili, slice finely and add to your recipe.
Chillies have a milder taste when you remove the seeds.

  • When ripe?

Preparation Tips

Habanero chillies are extremely hot. When using this chili raw, it is advisable to only give to people who are used to the extremely hot flavour.

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  • Perfect in curries.
  • Great in stews.
  • Extremely nice combined with tropical fruit.

Origin EAT ME Habanero chili

Habanero chili - MozambiqueMozambique Habanero chili - NetherlandsNetherlands Habanero chili - SenegalSenegal Habanero chili - SpainSpain

Did you know...

  • the habanero chili sometimes gets confused with a baby bell pepper?
    After taking a big bite, your mouth will be on fire for hours.

  • one habanero chili can be 30 to 50 times hotter than a jalapeƱo chili.

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