Whole Dried Peppers; half ounce (16 grams) in a foil backed, resealable bag – $5.00
We start our own plants from GMO-free seeds, in locally produced mushroom compost. No pesticides, no herbicides, no preservatives, ever.
This rare heirloom pepper is American in origin and dates to at least the early-mid 1800’s. The yellow variety is a lesser common color variant of the Pennsylvania Dutch heirloom Hinkelhatz pepper. Traditionally used for pickling and making of vinegar, but can also be used as a standard hot pepper. Heavy bearing, nice flavor, and of historical value
Possible, but not tested, Scoville scale: 40,000-50,000 Schoville units.
Can be used whole, flaked or ground. 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.