The Crushed Red Pepper (dried)

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Crushed Red Pepper (dried)
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Pepper NameCrushed Red Pepper (dried)
Pepper Cultivar Currently Unknown
Scoville 40,000
Wikipedia SummaryCrushed red pepper or red pepper flakes is a condiment or spice consisting of dried and crushed (as opposed to ground) red chili peppers. This condiment is most often produced from cayenne-type peppers, although commercial producers may use a variety of different cultivars, usually within the 30,000-50,000 Scoville unit range.The village of Bukovo, North Macedonia, is often credited with the creation of crushed red pepper. The name of the village—or a derivative of it—is now used as a name for crushed red pepper in general in a number of Southeast European languages: 'буковска пипер/буковец'(bukovska piper/bukovec, Macedonian), 'bukovka'(Serbo-Croatian and Slovene) and 'μπούκοβο'(búkovo, Greek). Crushed red pepper shakers have become a standard on tables at Mediterranean restaurants—and especially pizza parlors—around the world. Crushed red pepper in Turkey, served as a common condiment with very few seeds, is known as pul biber in English.
Scoville Low30,000
Scoville High50,000
Scoville Median 40,000
LocationCountry: North Macedonia
Lat: 41.61 Long: 21.75
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