The Scotch Bonnet Pepper has become a staple in Jamaican cuisine. Though dramatic in its heat, it has an unmistakable aroma and flavour. Use sparingly in soups, stews and rice dishes.
The infamous Scotch Bonnet Pepper reigns hottest amongst peppers. This is the supreme leader of all seasonings where heat and flavour combine in one sauce.
Scotch bonnet peppers are small, yellow to orange in colour, wrinkly, and hot, hot, hot!
They are in fact, among the hottest chillies you can get and they bring on that trademark eye-watering euphoria that jerked meats are famous for.
Jamaicans love to cook and when they do, flavour plays an important role. Pepper is one of the main ingredients Jamaicans use to flavor their dishes and Scotch Bonnet pepper is the pepper of choice for most Jamaicans and other Caribbean peoples.
Buy your Scotch Bonnet in a bottle, the Crushed Scotch Bonnet Pepper sauce.
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