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Is adjuma pepper vegan?

Adjuma pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is adjuma pepper?

Adjuma pepper, also known as Surinamese Yellow Pepper, is a fiery hot chili that originates from South America but is now commonly grown in the Caribbean and Africa. It has a distinctive fruity and slightly smoky flavor, along with a searing heat that can range from 30,000 to 50,000 Scoville units. Its thin skin makes it easy to chop or blend into sauces, while its bright yellow color adds a vibrant touch to any dish. Adjuma peppers are often used in traditional Surinamese cuisine for spicing up stews, soups, and marinades. They also pair well with seafood, chicken, and beef dishes.

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