What is Corno di Toro?
EXCLUSIVE – Corno di Toro or “Bull’s Horn” sweet peppers are traditional Italian summer favorites. The tall, branching plants bear heavy sets of spectacular, 8 to 12 inch long, curved, tapered and pointed shiny peppers whose thick, sweet flesh colors up to bright yellow or vivid red.
What are Corno peppers?
The Corno di Toro pepper is sometimes called Bull’s Horn Chile Pepper or Cowhorn Pepper. The name of this Italian Cubanelle type heirloom translates as “horn of the bull”. Long 8-inch tapered, bull-horn shaped, peppers are sweet and mature from glossy green to either red, yellow or orange.
Do corno di toro peppers turn red?
Corno di Toro (Bulls Horn Pepper) is an Italian Heirloom. It produces an abundant amount of sweet shiny peppers that curve slightly resembling the shape of a bull’s horn. Peppers start off green and mature into a brilliant deep red.