Costeño amarillo

/koh-STEH-nyoh ah-mah-REE-yoh/
[Spanish] plural Costeños amarillos

A hot, dried chilli used in salsas, giving a flavour of lemon citrus as well as heat. It is light translucent green in colour and is a long, tapering chilli growing up to 7.5 cm (3") long, coming from the Oaxaca and Guerrero regions of Mexico where it is often used in the famous yellow moles. Heat = 4.

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