Cabai Burong (Capsicum annuum) refers to a variety of Chili from Malaysia. It is a prolific plant that grows to medium height. It is a short lived perennial but can live up to 2 to 3 years in mild climates. Cabai Burong fruits have plenty of seeds and it grows to 1.5 to 2 inches by 3/8 inch. It dries well but has no special taste, however, it has a citrus after-taste. Cabai Burong heat level is 6.

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