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Red Sweet Tooth Chile Peppers
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Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers are long, measuring 18 to 22 centimeters in length and 5 to 6 centimeters wide. They have a uniform, slightly flat shape with defined ribs, and taper to a point. The peppers are typically harvested when fully mature and red. Their medium-thin walls offer a crisp, crunchy texture. Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers have a very sweet taste with a Brix measurement of 9+.
Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers are available year-round with a peak season in the fall months.
Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers, also known as Crescendo or Ramiro peppers, are a variety of Capsicum annuum. The long, red peppers are a dulce Italiano-type and earned their name for their extremely sweet flavor.
Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers are high in vitamin C and are a good source of vitamins A and E. They also contain potassium and fiber and contain more natural sugars than other sweet peppers.
Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers can be used raw in salads or cooked. They can be sliced and added to salads, pizzas, or pastas. Diced peppers can be added to mango salsas, tomato salsas or relishes. They are ideal for grilling or roasting, which will bring out the sweetness in the peppers. Pair with tomatoes and herbs in soups, stews, chilis and sauces. Stuff halved peppers with cheese and bake for an appetizer or side dish. Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers can be stored in a bag in the vegetable crisper for up to a week.
Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers are featured in two products, a red pepper jelly and a red pepper relish, made by Glenwood Valley Farms in Langley, British Columbia. The farm opened in 1987 and made a commitment to let none of their products go to waste. In efforts to meet both the demand for good looking produce as well as their commitment to zero waste, they send what they call #1 grade produce into the food chain and #2 grade products are made into pickles, relishes, jams and jellies.
Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers were first developed in the Netherlands in 1996 by the De Ruiter Seed company, under the name Ramiro. The peppers are popular throughout Europe and are managed by a grower’s association, SweetPoint. To maintain year-round availability, they are grown in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom in the summer and in Spain during the remainder of the year. Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers were introduced in Canada as Crescendo peppers and are grown in greenhouses to allow for year-round availability. Red Sweet Tooth chile peppers can be spotted throughout Europe, as well as in British Columbia and just over the border in the greater Seattle area.