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Aji Amarillo Peruano Chile Peppers
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Aji Amarillo Peruano chile peppers ripen from a pale lime green into a deep orange color when fully mature and averages 12 centimeters in length. Like all members of Capsicum baccatum, the Aji Amarillo chile is flavor forward, with a spicy kick at the end. It has a unique fruity flavor, reminiscent of a Poblano chile, and a subtle spice that is less harsh and more full-bodied. The Aji Amarillo ranks between 30,000 and 50,000 on the Scoville scale.
Aji Amarillo Peruano chile peppers are available late summer through fall.
Aji Amarillo Peruano chile peppers are in the Capsicum baccatum family and are among some of the lesser-known chiles. “Aji” is what most South Americans call chiles, and in Peru, the most popular and important ingredient in regional dishes is Aji Amarillo or Peruvian hot pepper. These spicy chiles are also known as Aji Escabeche, Aji Limon or simply as yellow chile.