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Biquinho chile peppers are small and round with a straight or slightly curved, elongated tip, similar to that of bird's beak. The fruits measure an average of 3 centimeters long and mature from light green to a shiny, bright yellow, to orange and then red. The peppers have medium-thick walls, nearly non-existent ribs, and a small cluster of seeds inside. They have a smoky, fruity flavor with a mild heat. Biquinho chile peppers average between 500 and 1,000 Scoville Heat Units.
Biquinho chile peppers are available in the late summer and early fall months.
Biquinho (pronounced bee-kee-nyo), or Little Beak, chile peppers are a botanically classified as Capsicum chinense. The name Biquinho translates to “little beak,” so-called for the pepper’s resemblance to a small pointed bird’s beak. There is also a red variety of this ‘landrace’ pepper, which is also referred to as Chupetinho in their native Brazil. They are known for having the fruity flavors of a habanero without the intense heat.
Recipes that include Biquinho Peppers. One is easiest, three is harder.
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