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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties

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BOLA (CAP1655)

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Unknown


Meaning ball or Marble. See also Casabel.


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BOMBILLA AMARILLA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Hot


Bombilla Amarilla is a rare heirloom variety from the south of Spain. The pods are round and small (cherry tomato size) and mature to a bright yellow. They're so bright in the summer sun that they appear to look like light bulbs which is what they're named after (bombilla). They're used in southern spanish cusine and have a strong following particularly from the South American communities of Madrid and Barcelona.


© Marco

CASADOS NATIVE

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Medium


A medium sized pepper from Casado Farms in El Guique, New Mexico although its origins can be traced to Spain


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CONQUISTADOR

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Sweet


Description currently unavailable.


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GRANDE (PI 297456)

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Sweet


Description currently unavailable.


GUINDILLA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Mild


Guindilla is elongated and curved, measuring 1,5 to 5 inches long and 0,25 to 0,5 inch wide. The green inmature pod has a mild pungency and green been flavor. As guindilla matures, it becomes more pungent. The red guindilla is medium-hot with a sweet flavour. In the Spanish Basque country, guindilla is served as a tapas or vegetable, fried with garlic in olive oil. The red guindilla is dried and used as a flavoring component in dishes such as dried cod al pil pil and gambas al pil pil.


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GUINDILLA ROJA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Hot


This is one of the most common peppers used in Spanish Cuisine to add heat to dishes. A more detailed description is currently unavailable.


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© Whitekoohii

GUINDILLA VERDE

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Sweet


Description currently unavailable.


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JARANDA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Unknown


Spanish variety used in the making of pimentón de la Vera.


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© Whitekoohii

JARIZA

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Unknown


Spanish variety used in the making of pimentón de la Vera.


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© Whitekoohii

JEROMIN

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Unknown


Spanish variety used in the making of pimentón de la Vera.


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© Whitekoohii

LARGO REUS RED

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Unknown


5" red bell pepper.


© Jeff Nekola UWGB

MORRON (PI 257284)

Species: Chinense | Origin: Spain | Heat: Unknown


This plant originates from Spain and produces elongated pods that ripen from green to dark brown. An iImmature pod is shown here.


© Harry Nyström

© Harry Nyström

PADRON

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Sweet


Description currently unavailable.


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© Mark McMullan

PEBRE VERMELL DE TAP DE CORTI

Species: Annuum | Origin: Spain | Heat: Medium


A small paprika pepper native to Mallorca. This variety is being grown by Slow Food Illes Baleres. Used to colour the Balearic Sobrassada sausage.


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