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Is chiltepin pepper vegan?

Chiltepin pepper is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chiltepin pepper?

Chiltepin pepper, also known as "bird's eye chili," is a tiny but mighty pepper hailing from Mexico. It measures only a few millimeters in diameter but packs a fiery punch, with a spicy and smoky flavor profile that awakens the palate. Chiltepin peppers are often used in salsas, sauces, and marinades, as well as traditional Mexican dishes like tamales and chiles rellenos. This versatile ingredient offers more than just heat, with a unique fruity undertone that adds depth to any dish. Chiltepin peppers are highly prized for their complex flavor and have been used in Mexican cuisine for centuries.

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