Armenian hot peppers are native to Turkey, Syria, and Armenia.
These pepper flakes can be used in any dish that calls for peppers. They are very good in soups and meat marinades. They are also a good substitute for paprika.
Armenian hot peppers are slightly oilier than other red peppers but milder.
They taste similar to raisins. Armenian peppers smell like tomatoes.
Also known as: Capsicum annuum, Halep biberi, رقائق الفلفل الحار الأرمينية