Bulk Capsicum annum/Bacatum / Pubescens seeds are a great ingredient to have in your bulk spice recipes. They offer the same, "fire-like" taste that bulk peppers do but with a much more potent aroma and heat. This heat is often what sets these bulk spices apart from their smaller cousins like the Anaheim or Serrano pepper. These are considered ground-sliced "dogs" in the chili parlor world, but there are also many varieties that are ground into powder form for use in stews, chili, or as a hot sauce. Because it is so versatile, it is used in a variety of different recipes because of its unique flavor.
These two bulk ingredients are actually very similar, but they have a unique heat that you won't find in any other spice. That heat is what gives the two varieties the distinction above other bulk ingredients. Both have their own special flavor, but only the smaller version (Pubescens seeds) produces a distinctive pungent odor from your mouth. The seeds are very tough, which is why you need a little extra force to crush them into a fine powder.
The hottest of the chili varieties comes from the central area of the chilies called the bell pepper. The heat from the seeds is concentrated in the center of the middle core, producing a tremendously hot seed treat. This is one of the most common techniques used by cooks to make a hot, spicy chili. You can buy the seeds from your local grocery store at a good price, but the trick is getting them from a high quality pepper. Serrano and Anaheim peppers tend to be harder to find.
There are many different varieties of herbs that are used to add extra flavor and thickness to chili. There are Serrano peppers, which are found in south Texas, and Bitter Orange, which are found in central Mexico. Both are used as a base for various spices to make the finished dish. When buying seeds, it is a good idea to purchase from a reputable online retailer. There are quite a few companies out there who sell wholesale seeds, and they may even offer free shipping.
The seeds are ground and made into a powder. This powder can then be added to sauces, soups, and chili products. It can be used as a spice in chili, hot dogs, or any number of other foods. When buying seeds, it's important to check the package to ensure that the herbs inside are real and not synthetic. There are quite a few companies that sell seeds with the name "Bacatum" on it, which is simply meant to mean cheap.
The seeds themselves will retain some heat after being ground. If you're looking for a heat sensitive pepper, this is definitely a good choice. It's important to keep in mind, though, that many of these little heat sensitive cravings will go away once they are consumed. So if you aren't planning on keeping your jar of seeds for long term use, purchasing one of these "heat sensitive" varieties will save you money in the long run. I've often bought jar of these cheap peppers to use in recipes, and they worked perfectly fine.
The seeds of these peppers are also very popular in Sinaloa sauce, a popular drink in Mexico. One of the best things about this pepper is that it tastes so good that people will spread the seeds around their meal to get all of the hot heat. This makes a delicious hot drink for any occasion. The heat is so great that it almost melts the ice in your glass! When purchasing these seed varieties, make sure you purchase a variety that is heat resistant, so that they don't burn when they get hot.
Last but not least, the hottest varieties of Capsicum are the ones found in Southern California. There are two varieties found in this region: Serrano and Coronita. These peppers have a deep, smoky flavor that is found in high end Mexican cuisine. They come in a very thin-walled fruit that is quite juicy, which makes them very easy to eat. Once you try these two varieties of peppers, you will never go back to buying regular pepper seeds again!