If you like to add heat to your cooking with chile then you’ll know that no two heats are the same. Some chiles are much hotter than others, some are sweet, some smoky, tangy, fruity - the list is endless.
Getting to grips with chiles and knowing which one to use when cooking different dishes is a great skill to work on in the kitchen.
With that in mind, take a look at this wonderful infographic from America’s Test Kitchen. It features in the Cook’s Science cookbook and lists 13 different chile peppers.
Each chile is defined with an illustration alongside a description of tasting notes and a chart showing how hot it is.
It’s a great reference point for those who want to get to know more about chile and the different varieties on offer.
Via Food Republic