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Thai and other Asian Chili Seeds

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Elephant's Trunk Chili Pepper (Capsicum annuum)
Elephant's Trunk Chili Pepper (Capsicum annuum)
2.38 € *
Base Price 0.24 €/ seed
apx. $2.77
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Seed kit: 'Thai chillis', 3 ultra-hot varieties
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Seed kit: 'Thai chillis', 3 ultra-hot varieties
6.96 € *
apx. $8.10
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Chili pepper 'Kali Mirch' (Capsicum annuum)
Chili pepper 'Kali Mirch' (Capsicum annuum)
2.38 € *
Base Price 0.24 €/ seed
apx. $2.77
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Chili pepper 'HTE Sichuan' (Capsicum annuum)
Chili pepper 'HTE Sichuan' (Capsicum annuum)
2.38 € *
Base Price 0.24 €/ seed
apx. $2.77
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Very Hot Chili Pepper 'Naga Morich' (Capsicum chinense)
Very Hot Chili Pepper 'Naga Morich' (Capsicum chinense)
2.38 € *
Base Price 0.24 €/ seed
apx. $2.77
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Sichuan Chili 'Facing Heaven' (Capsicum annuum)
Sichuan Chili 'Facing Heaven' (Capsicum annuum)
2.38 € *
Base Price 0.24 €/ seed
apx. $2.77
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Thai pepper 'Prik Khee Noo' (Capsicum frutescens)
Thai pepper 'Prik Khee Noo' (Capsicum frutescens)
2.38 € *
Base Price 0.24 €/ seed
apx. $2.77
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Small South East Asian Thai chilli pepper (Capsicum annuum)
Small South East Asian Thai chilli pepper (Capsicum annuum)
2.38 € *
Base Price 0.24 €/ seed
apx. $2.77
available
Siberian indoor pepper (Capsicum annuum)
Siberian indoor pepper (Capsicum annuum)
2.76 € *
Base Price 0.14 €/ seed
apx. $3.21
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Bhut Jolokia pepper (Capsicum chinense)
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Bhut Jolokia pepper (Capsicum chinense)
2.76 € *
Base Price 0.28 €/ seed
apx. $3.21
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It would be hard to imagine Thai cooking without chili peppers, but in fact, chilis were only introduced there as a spice in the 16th century, when the Portuguese brought them from South America.

Of the local varities now established in Thailand, one of the most well-known is the 'Prik Kee Noo' which rather comically translates into 'mouse-shit-chili'.
Chili peppers are also popular in South Indian cooking - one of the world's hottest chili varieties, the 'Bih Bhut Naga Jolokia' originates from there.
In Chinese food, we often find quite spicy chili peppers, depending on the region. Traditionally, food was prepared according to the theory of the five elements, of which one, 'metal', is associated with spicy flavours.