Finger Hot Pepper

Don't be fooled by their size. These small thin chile peppers are extremely hot, offering a fiery punch that is sure to make your eyes water. ranging from 5,000-50,000 on the Scoville unit scale, these chiles are no joke spicy! These spicy peppers are best used fried, sauteed, or raw on relish platters.  They can be used to make salsas, sauces, and other dips.

Also known as Jwala, these are the most popular chiles used in spicy dishes in India.

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Handling & Storage


Generally available year round.

Also Known As

  • Jwala

Do not wash until use. Store in refirgerator between 40 and 45 degrees for up to two weeks.


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