Definition of Hot pepper
1. Noun. Plant bearing very hot medium-sized oblong red peppers; grown principally in the Gulf Coast states for production of hot sauce.
Terms within: Red Pepper, Tabasco
Group relationships: Capsicum, Genus Capsicum
Generic synonyms: Capsicum, Capsicum Pepper Plant, Pepper
2. Noun. Any of various pungent capsicum fruits.
Specialized synonyms: Chile, Chili, Chili Pepper, Chilli, Chilly, Red Pepper, Tabasco
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Literary usage of Hot pepper
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. St. Lucia by Don Philpott (2005)
"It usually contains a blend of several types of hot pepper, spices and vinegar ... If you want to make your own hot pepper sauce, take four ripe hot peppers ..."
2. Dutch Antilles: Aruba, Bonaire, Curacaoby Don Philpott by Don Philpott (2002)
"Try a little first hefore splashing it all over your food. as these sauces range from hot to unhearable. lf you want to make your own hot pepper sauce. take ..."
3. Adding Value for Sustainability: A Guidebook for Cooperative Extension by Kristen Markley, Duncan Hilchey (1998)
"The Weavers were growing and selling hot pepper varieties for 6 years before pursuing value-added hot pepper products. Years ago a recipe for hot pepper ..."
4. Antigua and Barbuda by Don Philpott, Brian Anderson, Ellen Anderson (2004)
"1t usually contains a blend of several types of hot pepper, spices and vinegar ... 1f you want to make your own hot pepper sauce, take four ripe hot peppers ..."
5. The Picayune Creole Cook Book (1922)
"Cayenne or hot pepper. Chop two onions very fine. ... Season to taste with hot pepper. Cut two pickles about two inches in length into thin slices about a ..."
6. Bermuda by Don Philpott, George Watkins (2002)
"It usually contains a blend of several types of hot pepper, spices and vinegar, and should be treated cautiously. Try a little first before splashing it all ..."
7. Bahamas by Don Philpott (2002)
"If you want to make your own hot pepper sauce, take four ripe hot peppers, one teaspoon each of oil, ketchup and vinegar and a pinch of salt, blend together ..."