- DescriptionWhen you bite into a serrano, it bites right back. Small (about 2 inches long) and bullet-shaped, neon green or scarlet-colored, serranos don't have to be roasted or seeded. Chopped raw, they add zing to salsas (like pico de gallo), chutneys, and guacamole. Serranos go particularly well with tomatoes and cilantro.
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