Medium spice

Medium spice in cooking refers to a noticeable spiciness but is not overwhelmingly hot. It can vary depending on personal taste and the specific ingredients used, but generally, medium spice falls in the middle of the heat spectrum. Some common elements that can add medium-level heat to a dish include:

  1. Jalapeño peppers: These have a Scoville rating of around 2,500 to 8,000 and are commonly used in Mexican and Tex-Mex cuisine.

  2. Serrano peppers have a Scoville rating of around 10,000 to 23,000 and are often used in salsa and hot sauces.

  3. Red pepper flakes: These are made from dried and crushed red chilli peppers and are commonly used in Italian and Mediterranean dishes.

  4. Cayenne pepper: This chilli pepper is often used in Cajun and Creole cuisine and has a Scoville rating of around 30,000 to 50,000.

Medium spice can add pleasant heat to dishes like soups, stews, and stir-fries without overpowering. It's important to taste as you go when adding spices to ensure you achieve the desired heat level.

PERi-PERi Chicken Bowl Recipe

PERI PERI Chicken Bowl
This PERi-PERi Chicken Bowl recipe is a flavorful and nutritious meal packed with perfectly grilled chicken, fresh vegetables, and zesty homemade PERi-PERi sauce. This dish is ideal for lunch or dinner and can be customized to your liking. Not only is it delicious, but it's also easy to make and perfect for sharing with friends and family.