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Serrano Pepper
Common Name: Serrano
Species: Capsicum annuum
Size: Generally 1 to 2 inches long, 1/2 inch wide
Shape: Cylindrical with a tapered, rounded end
Color: Dark green to red
Scoville Heat Units: 10,000 to 20,000
Otherwise Known As: Serrano seco and Serrano seco de Yucatan
Grown In: Mexico and the the American Southwest
Commonly Used In: Fresh salsas, or pickled (serranos en escabeche)
Some Random Facts: Serrano peppers are generally the hottest chile commonly available in the U.S. "Serrano" is a Spanish adjective for "from the mountains." Serrano peppers originated in the mountainous regions of Puebla and Hidalgo, Mexico.

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