is a canary yellow, which turns a salmon colour and then a bright red on maturity.
It has heat along with a green pepper flavour.
Good for frying, it can also be substituted for guerro or Anaheim.
The Hungarian wax pepper comes in sweet and hot varieties. The hot ones are creamy yellow, pale green or red, about five to six inches long, and an inch in diameter.
The mild pepper is a good one for those not so inclined for any heat in peppers and is a good “starter” for the timid palate.
is like the hot, yellow Hungarian wax pepper.
However, the guerro tends to be smaller and more blunter-nosed, although it can be substituted for the Hungarian wax peppers.
Measuring two inches in length, it is characteristically a pale yellow.