I have a question about the ingredient "Hungarian hot peppers" on the recipe "Warm and Spicy Pasta Caprese" from inpatskitchen.
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Hungarian hots are a short thin yellow pepper that carries about the same amount of heat as a jalapeno I've substituted 4 to 6 jalapenos for the 3 Hungarians in this recipe in the past.
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