Chili peppers

Cooking With Chili Peppers

Cooking with chili peppers adds a burst of spicy flavor to your grilled dishes and what makes it so fun is that they’re so versatile. You can choose to use fresh chili peppers or dried chili peppers, each bringing their own distinct flavor profile to a dish. If you’re not a heat seeker though, don’t […]

Cooking with chili peppers adds a burst of spicy flavor to your grilled dishes and what makes it so fun is that they’re so versatile. You can choose to use fresh chili peppers or dried chili peppers, each bringing their own distinct flavor profile to a dish. If you’re not a heat seeker though, don’t worry. The hottest part of a chili is the white membrane, with the seeds coming in a close second. So if you don’t want the intensity of the whole chili, simply scoop out the white part to enjoy a milder dish.

If you want to find out more interesting facts about chili peppers and their use in cooking and grilling, watch Chef Chris Koetke explain the differences in this video:

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