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Bishop's Crown Chili Peppers

5,000-30,000 Scovilles. Capsicum Baccatum. This chile is a member of the Capsicum Baccatum species, which includes the Ají pepper. It has an interesting shape, hence its name, and can be very spicy, with a fruity flavor. It is red when mature, and measures about 1 inch long and 2-3 inches wide.

It can be used fresh in salsas or salads, and can be dried or pickled as well.

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