Green Anaheim chile peppers are medium-sized, elongated and curved pods, averaging 15 to 25 centimeters in length, and have a conical shape with slight tapering towards the non-stem end. The semi-thick skin is smooth with deep linear indentations running the length of the pod and has a glossy and waxy sheen over dark to light green hues. Underneath the skin, the pale green flesh is crisp, aqueous, and faintly striated, encasing a central cavity filled with white membranes and many round, cream-colored seeds. Raw Green Anaheim chile peppers have a crunchy consistency with a bright, slightly fruity, and peppery taste with a moderate spice that does not linger on the palate. When cooked, the pepper develops a smoky, sweet, and tangy flavor.
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Versatile mild Anaheim Peppers.
These were so fresh, crisp, tasty and versatile. I put them in salads, roasted chunks of them with potatoes, stuffed them with cheese and baked them too.