Cookbook:Ají dulce

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Ají dulce (from South American Spanish ají, "chilli" + dulce, "sweet") is any of a variety of sweet perennial peppers found in Latin America and the Caribbean. It is most widely known in Venezuela where it refers to a specific native variety of Capsicum chinense related to the habanero, but with a mild, smoky flavour.

In Puerto Rico, the ají dulce is grown commercially and is an important ingredient for sauces, such as sofrito or "mojito isleño" (a fish or meat sauce).


Last modified on 7 May 2007, at 10:18