African Tatashe Pepper is the Nigerian variety of Romano chili. It is an elongated sweeter,
hotter, and more aromatic pepper than bell peppers. Tatashe chilies are hot in flavor without the searing heat,
enabling them to give dishes a comfortable kick.
Tatase is a popular soup ingredient in many Nigerian cuisines.
It gives soups a reddish fresh look and flavor. Tatashe – originally spelled as ‘tatase’ – is the Yoruba name for “big red pepper”,
good for stews/sauce or in salads when de-seed.