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Chili flakes are the perfect spice and optical highlight on finished dishes

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How to identify first class chili flakes

First-class and fresh chili flakes are identified by the aroma and a bright colour. When you open the package, you can smell the fresh fragrance of each variety - crushed Habaneros for example, must smell intensively aromatic, almost like perfumed.

Colour and flavour are maintained perfectly if the drying process is gentle. It is important that the temperature is high enough to avoid mould, but also low enough in order to maintain colour, shape and flavour of the chillies. In addition, a mark of quality is the amount of seeds: it must not be too big, but a certain amount is necessary for perfect heat and aroma. Our chili flakes are coarsely ground in the most common size: 3 - 5 mm.

Chili types

We stock a number of chili varieties with a sophisticated range of flavours, heat levels, and colours. Almost all varieties are produced by contract farming. The farming techniques (only one plant per m² and extremely low use of pesticides) guarantee the highest quality. Before selling a complete pesticide screening along with a microbiological examination are carried out in a German food laboratory.
Whether you want flakes with a fruity flavour or an extremely spicy taste – you will be delighted by the diversity of our chili flakes. We offer the aromatic Mexican chillies with rich notes of raisin, coffee, chocolate and liquorice (Pasilla, Ancho, Mulato), the fruity and extremely hot Caribbean chillies (Habanero, Scotch Bonnet, 7 pot, Trinidad Scorpion), Chipotles (dried and smoked Jalapenos), the world-famous Tabasco chillies, as well as the African Birdeye and the Indian Bhut Jolokia.

Using and storing crushed chillies

The advantage of chili flakes is that they can be dosed well and strewed over the food. As the spicy heat is relatively strong bonded in flakes, only moderately heat can be tasted when eaten pure. Chili flakes develop their full heat in the stomach. However, if you use the same chili flakes during cooking, the capsaicin dissolves and becomes fully bonded with the rest of the food. Store crushed chilies in a dark, airtight and dry place, so that colour and flavour of the chili flakes remain intact as long as possible. We therefore recommend using spice shakers with a good lockable lid, best of dark glass. Cans often do not close hermetically, so that the flakes are not adequately protected against moisture.

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Scotch Bonnet Chili Flakes 3-5mm
Scotch Bonnet Chili Flakes 3-5mm
The Scotch Bonnet Chili is the Caribbean variety of the Habanero pepper and a true classic in the chili world. With average values of 100,000 to 300,000 Scoville it is one of the hottest chillies in the world. The plant’s...
Content 50 Gramm (€8.58 * / 100 Gramm)
€4.29 *
9
Piquin Chili Flakes
Piquin Chili Flakes
Piquin or pequin is a cultivated form of the tepin chili pepper, which is thought to be the original archetype for all chilies and grows wild from North to South America. The pequin pepper has a unique and very fine taste with a...
Content 50 Gramm (€9.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€4.99 *
9
Tena Chili Flakes
Tena Chili Flakes
Tena chili, also known as Aji Tena, comes from the region around the city of Tena in Ecuador`s rainforest and is a very popular local variety there. The longish, red chillies have a fiery heat with 50,000 to 100,000 Scoville and a...
Content 50 Gramm (€7.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€3.99 *
9
Wiri Wiri Chili Flakes
Wiri Wiri Chili Flakes
Wiri Wiri Chili pepper is a rare variety. The small, inconspicuous chillies from Guyana are tough - with their heat of 100,000 to 350,000 Scoville, they can certainly compete with the Habanero and Scotch Bonnet chili pepper. Their...
Content 50 Gramm (€7.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€3.99 *
10
Red Savina Habanero Chili Flakes
Red Savina Habanero Chili Flakes
Full of fruity flavour and extremely hot!   Absolutely rightly one of our most popular products! For over 12 years, from 1994 to 2006, the Habanero Red Savina held the world record of the hottest Chili, before it was replaced by...
Content 50 Gramm (€9.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€4.99 *
5
Chipotle Morita Flakes
Chipotle Morita Flakes
Chipotle Morita Chillies are Jalapeño peppers that are allowed to stay on the plant until they turn deep red and begin to dry out. These deep red Jalapenos are smoked in a traditional way over pecan wood until they are completely...
Content 50 Gramm (€5.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€2.99 *
10+
Bhut Jolokia Chocolate Chili Flakes
Bhut Jolokia Chocolate Chili Flakes
Don’t be confused by the name “chocolate”, it describes the colour (the chilies are chocolate brown), not the taste! The Bhut Jolokia (Bih Jolokia) variety was the spiciest chili in the world from 2007-2011, until...
Content 50 Gramm (€10.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€5.49 *
10+
Bhut Jolokia Chili Flakes
Bhut Jolokia Chili Flakes
The Bhut Jolokia Red is one of the hottest chillies in the world - it was the first that had passed the 1-Million-Scoville-mark and held the world record from 2007 to 2011. It originates from the region of Assam in India and has been...
Content 50 Gramm (€10.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€5.49 *
9
Green and Yellow Tabasco Chili Flakes
Green and Yellow Tabasco Chili Flakes
The Tabasco chili - known by the world famous Tabasco sauce from McIlhenny - can also be harvested while still green. Dried and coarsely ground into powder, it is a rarity in Europe. Tabasco chillies have a balanced "chili flavor",...
Content 50 Gramm (€8.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€4.49 *
6
Cayenne Chili geschrotet
Cayenne Chili geschrotet
Lange Zeit war Cayenne Chili in Deutschland nur unter dem verwirrenden Namen "Cayenne-Pfeffer" im Handel. Die Cayenne Chili hat natürlich nichts mit Pfeffer (Piper) zu tun, sondern ist eine reinrassige Chilisorte (Capsicum). Die...
Content 50 Gramm (€3.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€1.99 *
5
Red Jalapeño Chili Flakes 1-3mm
Red Jalapeño Chili Flakes 1-3mm
Traditionally Jalapenos are harvested green and unripe. If they are fully mature and red, their taste is more aromatic and sweet. This strong chili flavour with a subtle hint of sweetness can be used in any type of cooking. Ripe red...
Content 50 Gramm (€5.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€2.99 *
5
Green Jalapeño Chili Flakes 1-3mm
Green Jalapeño Chili Flakes 1-3mm
Special offer because best before date (28th February 2016) - only while stocks last! Jalapeños belong to the few chillies which also taste great when they are harvested green and unripe. The green jalapeño chillies...
Content 50 Gramm (€5.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€2.99 *
9
Bird`s Eye Chili Flakes 2-3mm
Bird`s Eye Chili Flakes 2-3mm
The Birdeye Chili originally comes from Africa and is a close relative of the Tabasco pepper. It is often also referred to  as piri piri chili. In some regions of Africa this chili type is planted around the fields as a protection...
Content 50 Gramm (€6.98 * / 100 Gramm)
€3.49 *
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Chili Flakes
Chili Flakes
Aromatic, mildly spicy chili flakes with an unlimited range of uses in the kitchen. Caution: When used in cooking, chili flakes develop their spicy heat until it reaches roughly level 5.
Content 50 Gramm (€5.58 * / 100 Gramm)
€2.79 *
2
Fine Chili Strands
Fine Chili Strands
Thin strands of dried chili are a universal star in the kitchen. A couple of wafer-thin strands on top of pasta, in a bowl of soup or  on a plate of salad will give any dish a new hint of flavour and decorative flair. The variety of...
Content 20 Gramm (€19.95 * / 100 Gramm)
€3.99 *
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