This green pili pepper is from Madagascar. It has a rating of 8 on the Escoville scale. It is a very hot pepper but less hot than our red chili pepper.
It has a special aroma, very fresh and very spicy. It has a score of 9, one of the highest on the Scoville scale, which measures the degree of potency of chillies.
Aromatic - a powerful pleasant chili aroma.
TIPS FOR USE
Pili pepper can be used both raw and cooked.The hottest parts of the chili are the seeds inside. For use preparing dishes, to spread the spiciness well - cut the chili into pieces and mix with other ingredients of choice,
To prepare a spicy table-oil, put 1 tablespoon of whole chili peppers in 500 ml of extra virgin olive oil.In a few days the oil will start to be spicy. The longer the oil is stored, the more spicy it will get. Such oils are popular as a condiment in - among other - Mediterranean kitchens and restaurants.