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Hot Peppers

Posted by: on Mar 29, 2016

organized peppersThe Basics

We grow many varieties, from Habanero to Jalapeno to the milder Hungarian Hot Wax and Poblanos. We offer dried peppers in the fall and winter.

Cooking Tips

Hot peppers can be used green or red. Add some to anything you’re cooking for flavor and heat. When cutting up hot peppers it’s a good idea to wear rubber gloves if you have them to protect from the heat.

To cut their heat, you can roast them in the oven, seeded and halved, and then fill the halves with lots of cream cheese or mild goat cheese and stick ’em back in the oven to broil until the cheese gets golden on top.

You can freeze hot peppers easily for use later whenever spicy flavor is needed – just remove stems and seeds and freeze raw in a bag.

Members can come to the farm to pick their own hot peppers for hot sauces, salsas, freezing, or drying.