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Database of Chilli Pepper Varieties


MANZANO AMARILLO

Species: Pubescens | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Very Hot


Manzano means 'apple' which describes the appearence of the fruits - like small apples. Like its cousin the Rocoto, this variety has unusual black seeds which are very hard (like apple pips) and should be removed before eating. Manzano comes generally in three types, Amarillo, Rojo (Red) and Canario (Yellow). Also known as 'Caballo' in Guatemala.


Mark McMullan

Mats & Patricia Pettersson

MANZANO CANARIO

Species: Pubescens | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Very Hot


Manzano means 'apple' which describes the appearence of the fruits - like small apples. Like its cousin the Rocoto, this variety has unusual black seeds which are very hard (like apple pips) and should be removed before eating. Manzano comes generally in three types, Amarillo, Rojo (Red) and Canario (Yellow). Also known as 'Caballo' in Guatemala. An immature pod is shown here.


Mark McMullan

Mark McMullan

MANZANO ROJO

Species: Pubescens | Origin: Mexico | Heat: Very Hot


Manzano means 'apple' which describes the appearence of the fruits - like small apples. Like its cousin the Rocoto, this variety has unusual black seeds which are very hard (like apple pips) and should be removed before eating. Manzano comes generally in three types, Amarillo, Rojo (Red) and Canario (Yellow). Also known as 'Caballo' in Guatemala.


Chris Phillips

John Taylor

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