Chiles are the hot of the hot. Behind the heat is a fruity flavor
that makes these chiles a wonderful way to spark up a dish - but use
these chiles sparingly The name of this chile comes from the phrase
la Habana that means from Havana. The Habanero has orange tones to
its skin. It is a round, oblong chile about 2 inches long and 1 inch
across. On the heat scale the Habanero is a 10. The Habanero powder
is made out of ground whole Habanero including the seeds. The powder
is 100 pure to offer an authentic flavor. Use rubber gloves when
handling the Habanero Pepper.Scoville heat units 150,000 to 325,000.
Habanero Chiles are very, very hot Use them sparingly. Add a little
to fresh salsa, sauces, chili and anything else you want to start a
4 alarm fire with Great in Tortilla soup and other Mexican recipes.