Often used in curry or Pad Thai, Thai pepper is a staple spice for Indian, Vietnamese, and Thai Food
It produces upright red peppers in a compact bush, which makes it a wonderful ornamental plant
Its tiny size (~1 foot tall) does not reflect its yield. The Thai pepper has a high yield and thrives in full sun and heat, but it is also suited for container gardening in cooler areas
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The mix of Thai pepper and green onion generates a nice aroma, perfect for seafood, chicken & bean stew
BEWARE OF SPICE. At about 50,000 Scoville units, the Thai pepper is hotter than many common hot peppers such as the jalapeno pepper which sits around 5000 Scoville units. Thai pepper is not the pepper of choice for those who prefer mild hot flavors, especially children under the age of 12 and seniors.
For those who are spice enthusiasts, this pepper is for you. It is rich, savory, and strong. Thai peppers add the extra ‘oomph’ when added to meats or beans. Hundredfold Notes: It requires 82 days for the pepper to fully mature. For colder areas (USDA Zone 7 or under), it is not suitable to be planted in the ground.
In Toronto, our Thai peppers were killed by the frost before they turned red. To extend its growing season, plant the peppers in containers and move them indoors before the first frost.
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