Jalapeño peppers (Capsicum annuum) have a slightly curved, conical shape and are blunt towards the end.
These peppers are very suitable for use in salads, grilled or as a spice for tacos, burgers, ideal for fillings, etc. And because they are not very spicy, they are also suitable for raw consumption.
The white Jalapeño is an unusual Jalapeño variety. The pepper ripens from green to white to eventually turn yellow-red when fully ripe. It can be eaten at all stages of ripening. The plant can grow to about 120 cm high and produce many large peppers. This variety is slightly hotter than several other Jalapeño varieties but is still classified as mild.