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Unless you take a keen interest in the ingredients 🎋you use in your cooking, the odds are you can not tell the difference between the two images above. Or can you? 😞
Generally reffered to as fresh pepper or "Ata-rodo" in Yoruba and "Ose ototo" in Igbo, the peppers above are close cousins and you would not readily notice any difference except you were paying a really close attention 😁. -
And truly, why bother if they really do almost the same things... Right? Wrong! 😂
Labelled A is the habanero.
You can see it has a different shape almost like a band of lines running across it's body all the way to the base. -
Its flavor is slightly different too. It has a tropical fruity flavor. The unripe is green ☘ in color, followed by the yellow, then orange and red. -
Labelled B, The scotch bonnet on the other hand has a stouter shape, you can almost notice it is shaped with a bulging ridges along its middle almost like a pot-bellied man 😁. This is mostly reffered to as "rodo yoruba" its a bit smaller than the habanero and a bit spicier too. -
Scotch bonnet is sweeter than the habanero and has a smoky flavor to it that's seemingly absent in a habanero. -
It comes in different colors. The unripe is usually green, followed by the yellow, orange and then the red 🔴. The yellow is usually the hottest and is best used in soups. The red is the sweetest of the three and it tastes better in stews while the green will work miracles in sauces. 😄
What is your preference? Habanero or scotch bonnet? -
Whatever your preference for pepper is, we have got your back when you don't feel up to slaving away in the market. follow the link in bio ☝. Or call 07011663725 for enquiries. -
Tag your friends who thinks all rodo are the same 😂 let them come and education 😂. -