- 4 small dried red chiles, such as arbol or pequin, halved
- 1 to 2 small whole dried chilies, preferably pequin, de arbol or cayenne
- Diced pequin pepper and / or scotch bonnet pepper is often added for spice.
- Because Skakel is no longer of school age, no education records were included, Pequin said.
- Then they are saut閑d in butter with onions, chopped pequin chiles, epazote, and salt.
- It's difficult to find pequin in a sentence. 用pequin造句挺難的
- The different drying methods used for the tepin and'Pequin', can help tell these peppers apart.
- 3to 4 fresh serrano chiles, seeded and chopped, or 1 / 2 to 1 teaspoon ground pequin, tepin or cayenne
- He called four witnesses, including Joseph H . Pequin Jr ., a veteran probation supervisor for juvenile matters who prepared the report.
- In his testimony, Pequin acknowledged that his report did not include personal history or the results of any physical or mental examination of Skakel.
- For spicier chorizo, simply add hot chile, such as ground guajillo chiles, chile pequin or a pinch or two of red pepper flakes.
- I also notice there is an independent article on the African birdseye chili pepper a . k . a . peri-peri and also the pequin.
- New Mexico chilies are rated 700 Scoville units, jalapenos at 2, 500, chilies pequin at 30, 000 and those hellish habaneros at 300, 000.
- Pequin said the most important part of his inquiry was a phone call to the warden of the state's only detention center for serious juvenile offenders, Long Lane School in Middletown.
- This stands in contrast to the domesticated'Pequin'variety, which is the same size as the wild tepin, but is oval-shaped, and delivers a decidedly different experience.
- In addition to Pequin, Sherman questioned Joseph Arsenault, a professor at Curry College in Milton, Mass ., who knew Skakel when he was a student there in the 1980's.