Fresno Chile Pepper – Dried Whole

Fresno was developed and released for commercial cultivation by Clarence Brown Hamlin in 1952. He named the chile ‘Fresno’ in honor or Fresno, CA. They are grown throughout California, specifically the San Joaquin Valley. Fresno is often confused with a jalapenos, but has thinner walls and often milder heat. It can be used in most recipes calling for jalapenos or serrano peppers. Heat Level: Medium  Scoville 3,000-5,000.

Dried & Flaked they are best blossomed in oil as a stew base. Dehydrated, they can be revitalized by a 15 minute soak in water, vinegar or a combination of both. Save the liquid for the sauce.





Flaked Whole Dried Peppers –  2 ounce bag – $7.00

Whole Dried Peppers; 1.2 ounce (35 grams)  bag – $4.00

We start our own plants from GMO-free seeds, in locally produced mushroom compost. No pesticides, no herbicides, no preservatives, ever.


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