Chile Heat Scale
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Chile Heat Scale
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:14:21 AM. Recipe ID 43211. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Chile heat scale
 Categories: Info, Kooknet
      Yield: 1 Info
                  Approximate Rating Scoville Units Chile Varieties
  : 10           100,000-300,000      Habanero, Scotch bonnet
  :  9            50,000-100,000
  :         Chiltepin :  8            30,000- 50,000
         Piquin, Cayenne :  7            15,000- 30,000
  :         de Arbol :  6             5,000- 15,000
  :          Serrano :  5             2,500-  5,000
    JalapeĄo, Chipotle, Mirasol :  4             1,500- 2,500 Cascabel
  :  3             1,000- 1,500 Ancho, Pasilla
  :  2               500- 1,000 New Mexican, Anaheim
  :  1
  :            100-    500             Cherry :  0
                 0               Mild Bells, Pimiento
  Spelling The word "chile" is both an adjective and a noun referring
  to the plant and pod of a hot pepper, as in "chile pepper" (singular)
  and "hot chilies" (plural). On the other hand, "chili" or "chilli" is
  a stew-like mixture. "Chili powder" is a spice blend used to make
  chili; it usually contains a combination of dried ground New Mexican,
  Anaheim or Cayenne chile peppers, as well as garlic, cumin and other
                         Vegetarian Gourmet
                             Spring 1995
  Posted by Michael Prothro KOOK-NET
  :■ Mike's Resort BBS, Fayetteville,AR,(501)521-8920■

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Recipe ID 43211 (Apr 03, 2005)

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