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"Chili marmalade" is delicious and the fruit chili itself has an interesting history. Chili has been used in America since 7500 BC. where archaeological findings were found that show that chili was cultivated in Ecuador as early as 6,000 years ago. Perhaps the chili was already discovered by the Vikings, signs have been found that they went far away in America.
It was Christopher Columbus who then introduced chili to Europe after he discovered this tasty spice! It is rich in vitamin C, carotene (provitamin A) and B vitamins, so it is not only a joy for the tongue to eat, but also good for the rest of the body. Chili also contains a lot of potassium, magnesium and iron. Their high content of vitamin C can also increase the absorption of non-heme iron from other foods.
My good and hot "chili marmalades" thus have three different main ingredients. Jalapeno, Chipotle and Habanero. Habanero, which is the most cultivated chili of the havana pepper species. Red Savina is a variety of habanero and used to be one of the strongest chilies in the world! Jalapeño, it is also a well-known variant of the bell pepper species (to which paprika also belongs). It has a hot and burning taste and is also called "chile gordo" in Spanish. Last but not least, Chipotle! Which is a dried and smoked chili, usually jalapeno. In the Aztec language, chili meant "hot pepper" and potli "smoked" and could sometimes be spelled pochili.
So, now to the strong point. Chili fruits contain capsaicin, which makes it taste strong. The strong heat is measured in Scoville and regular pepper is at 100 degrees while jalapeno is at 2500 - 5000 scoville degrees. If you want that heat, it's in the seed attachment or in the partitions of the fruit! The strongest chili measured is the "Carolina Reaper" and it was between 1,500,000 and 2,200,000 Scoville!