also known as Tuscan peppers, has a thin 2- to 3-inch long shape with a bright red and wrinkled skins. They are medium hot in taste, and has a slightly sweet flavor. Its pickled form are usually available in most supermarkets.
pep-per-awn-CHEE-nee] Are chilies that have a slightly sweet flavor that can range from medium to medium-hot. Pepperoncini are most often sold pickled and generally used as a part of antipasto and as an addition to various types of sandwiches.
The pepperoncini (Italian peperone, peperoncino), also known as Tuscan peppers, sweet Italian peppers, banana peppers, waxed peppers, and golden Greek peppers, is a variety of Capsicum annuum. The Italian varieties, grown in the Tuscany region of Italy, tend to be more bitter than their Greek counterparts. The more popular Greek varieties are sweeter and commonly found in pizzerias tossed in salads for a crunchy, salty taste.