Whole Dried Peppers; 3-4 peppers, not less than 3 grams in a foil backed bag – $6.00
We start our own plants from GMO-free seeds, in locally produced mushroom compost. No pesticides, no herbicides, no preservatives, ever.
This Chile became famous for being the first ‘hottest pepper in the world’ and is used for everything from hot sauces to tear gas. Originally from India, it is named for the Cobra because it’s bit is like the venom. Possible, but not tested, Scoville scale: about a million SHU units.
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.