If you are a spicy food lover, your seasonings collection is complete once you start growing your own Thai hot peppers. These small red peppers can be used in so many forms that you will indeed find a way to accommodate them in your kitchen. They are also packed with vitamins and medicinal purposes, so the Thai hot peppers are a win.
Originally from Thailand, Thai hot peppers were first brought to the Southern part of Asia during the era of Spanish conquistadors. From there, they started to become a hit in the kitchen, as they are easy to grow indoors and outdoors, and the plant produces multiple fruits that last for a long time, so you can stock up. The plant grows about 1 foot tall (30 cm), while the peppers grow about 1 inch (2,5 cm). At first, they will grow to be green peppers, but be patient and soon start to turn bright, hot red.