/AH-hee ah-mah-REE-yoh/
[Spanish] plural Amarillos

A variety of chilli with some heat and a definite yellowish tinge to its fruit-flavoured flesh. It is a common chilli with origins in the Andes region of Peru and Chile. it is sometimes called "yellow chilli" in the United States or "yellow Peruvian chilli". The pods are 10-12.5 cm (4-5") long and mature to deep orange or a beautiful golden-yellow. Dried, the fruits have amazing pungency with tones of citrus and berries. Heat = 7.5.

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