Serrano peppers are hot chile peppers named for the mountain ridges in Mexico where they originated. They’re considered a fruit, and they’re popular in Mexican cuisine—only second to the jalapeño pepper in popularity.
The small peppers also appear in Southeast Asian cuisine, adding a spicy bite wherever they appear. With a fiery heat and sharp flavor, they can be eaten raw in sauces and dips, pickled, or cooked.
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