Japanese Chiles (Chile Japones) are similar in appearance to Arbol Chiles (Chile de Arbol) with slightly less heat and thicker, meatier flesh. Find them in Asian, Latin American and Caribbean cuisines. Bright red in color and fiery in flavor, Japanese Chiles add heat to ceviche in Mexico's coastal areas, as well as Asian curries and stir-fries. Other than the heat, the flavor is minimal, which allows the other ingredients in the dish to shine. Try toasting and crushing the chiles to use as red pepper flakes.
- Japanese Chile (Chile Japones) is a fiery-hot, dried red chile with minimal flavor
Popular in Asian, Latin American and Caribbean cuisines
Add to ceviche, curries and stir-fries
Toast and crush these bright red chiles to use as red pepper flakes
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