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Anaheim Peppers Delivery or Pickup

The Instacart guide to Anaheim peppers

Anaheim Peppers Near Me

Buy your favorite Anaheim Peppers online with Instacart. Order Anaheim Peppers from local and national retailers near you and enjoy on-demand, contactless delivery or pickup within 2 hours.

FAQs about Anaheim peppers

Anaheim peppers can range from an extremely mild 500 Scoville Heat Units (SHU) up to a low-mild 2,500 SHU on the Scoville heat scale. In comparison, the jalapeno low end begins at 2,500 SHU and climbs as high as 8,000 SHU. As with all things spicy, a person's particular tolerance should be considered before adding them to dishes. What one person finds pleasantly spicy, another person might find intolerably hot.

Yes, they are easily frozen in several different ways. You should wash them well and dry them completely. If you want to keep the seeds, you can freeze them whole, or you can slice the stem off, remove the seeds, and freeze them. You may also chop them before freezing. Whenever you freeze them, you should use a vacuum-sealed bag to prolong their life and reduce the risk of freezer burn.

Some people prefer to blanch their Anaheim peppers before freezing. Simply boil them for 2-3 minutes, and then submerge them in an ice bath to stop the cooking process. Allow them to cool and dry completely before freezing, or else the moisture will turn to freezer burn quickly. 

Yes. All spicy peppers have an oil called capsaicin that makes them spicy. Capsaicin will burn not only your skin, but your eyes too. Never rub your eyes when handling spicy peppers, even with gloves on. The oil will cause your eyes to burn and water. Flushing with water will ease the burning, and no permanent damage will occur.