Serrano pepper is a type of chili pepper born in the mountainous regions of  Puebla and Hidalgo, Mexico.
The name of  pepper refers to the mountains (Sierra) in these areas.

They are fleshy peppers, which are possible but not the best choice
for drying.
Serrano chili peppers are a bit like the well-known jalapeno peppers.
They are similar in color but smaller, averaging 1 to 4 inches long  and 1/2 inch wide.

They are fleshy peppers

They are known to be long, but generally grow from 1 to 4 inches long to about 1/2 inch wide.

They are usually red, brown, orange, or yellow, but can be found in a more common green, similar to jalapeno pepper.

Serrano Pepper is ideal for salsa, sauces, relishes, toppings, hot sauces and more. They are usually best when roasted.
They grow better in soils with warmer temperatures above 24 ° C and  pH between 7.0 and 8.5. Like most chili plants, they have low frost resistance.

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