How do you make Thai green chilies red?

How do Thai peppers turn red?

You can set the fruit in a sunny window to ripen and turn red, or you can pull the entire pepper bush and hang it upside-down in a warm area until the peppers ripen.

Do green Thai chilis turn red?

The pepper plant produced a plethora of small, 1-inch (2.5 cm.) fruits. The peppers are green when immature and ripen into a brilliant red color.

How long does it take Thai chilis to turn red?

The chilies themselves are relatively small, and grow plentifully on the small plant. They typically take on a deep red color as they reach maturity, typically around 130 days.

What is the difference between red and green Thai chilies?

In the case of Thai cuisine, green peppers are typically used in green curries, while hotter, mature red peppers are used in red curries. When fresh, they often have a stem still attached and contain loose, edible seeds that are especially spicy.

Are green Thai chili peppers hot?

Throughout Thailand, Green Thai chile peppers have been widely adopted into traditional cuisine since their introduction in the 15th and 16th centuries and have a moderate to hot level of spice, ranging 50,000-100,000 SHU on the Scoville scale.

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