So... Indonesian food usually have hot and spicy taste.
Hot and spicy taste usually come from chilli peppers.
In Indonesia, there are a lot of variety of chilli peppers.
I planted some varieties on my garden.
This is my tricolor chilli pepper.
It have colorful fruits.
Young fruits have purple color, then it turns creamy purple color.Nearly mature fruit have orange color, and the mature fruits will turn to red.
It's so interesting when we can find fruits on every stage of their maturity at the same time, so colorful.
I plant this chilli as a vegetable plant also as an ornamental plant.
Their stem look purplish.
I really love this chilli... hot and beautiful.
How about you?
Your chili is phenomenal.
The first time I see such a variety.
Thank you, that's what you showed me the wonders of the vegetable.
I love chili, summer growing in my garden, is a green and when matured turns red.
I send you warm greetings.
I have green and creamy varieties that fruits will turn red if they mature. They are really hot too. They grow as biennial.Delete
Really pretty fruits. I like spicy food but don't like preparing chillies. My hands especially don't like it!ReplyDelete
Yea if we are too much touching chillies, our hand will feel hot and fired.Delete
We grow a lot of the non-hot bell peppers but like the Jalapeño when we use hot ones. They really aren't too hot compared to the rest of them but they are good in Mexican dishes.ReplyDelete
In the high land tropics there is a hot bell pepper look like jalapenos, we call it ' cabe gondol' or cabe dieng. It have very hot taste and quite juicy skin.Delete
Those are really pretty peppers. I have grown jalapeno and Serrano peppers.ReplyDelete
Serrano pepper... I have never heard before, sounds so interesting.Delete
beautiful peppers ,,,,I love spicy food also. I am going to enjoyed you blog with all the plants and garden this winter when we are covered and snow. Keep it comingReplyDelete
Thank you Teresa. I hope you keep warm with my blog.Delete