This sweet, lantern-shape pepper has the smokiness of a habanero but almost none of the heat. It's used extensively in Spanish-speaking parts of the Caribbean – particularly Cuba and Puerto Rico – as a foundation for stews and soups.
Credit: Photograph by Michael Pirrocco
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