The Jalapeno Chili is one of the best known and most popular chili varieties in North America and Europe. It has a degree of sharpness of 2,500 to 8,000 Scoville and is therefore classified as medium sharp. This popular variety of chili is green in color and has a slightly wavy, round shape.
The jalapeno chili originally came from Mexico, but today it is grown in many parts of the world. It is commonly used in Tex-Mex cuisine, particularly in making salsas and guacamole. Jalapenos can also be found pickled, roasted or stuffed, for example in so-called "poppers" or stuffed jalapenos that are popular in North America and Europe.
One of the most well-known uses of jalapenos is in making jalapeno chips, which are often served as an accompaniment to tacos and other Mexican dishes
become. They can also be used as an ingredient in soups, stews, chili con carne and other Tex-Mex dishes.
Jalapenos are also great for pickling, either in oil or vinegar. These pickled jalapenos can be added to tacos, burritos, sandwiches, and other dishes. They can also be added to salads, pizza or pasta dishes to add spiciness and flavor.
Overall, the Jalapeno Chili is a popular and versatile variety of chili that is used in many different dishes. It has a pleasant level of spiciness and a distinctive flavor that makes it a popular choice for Tex-Mex cooking and other dishes.