Growing chilies

Growing chilies

There are thousand of chilies, different in hotness, shape, colour, aroma, origin: growing chili peppers can be a really satisfying hobby.
Jamy is a chili created by the italian Azienda Stuard, starting from jamaican chilies. Fleshy and not too hot, it's perfect for the chili jam, to serve with toasted bread and [...]
As many chili growers know, one of the most obvious and satisfactory use of the chili harvest is preparing hot sauces. Since I started growing peppers I've tried several sauces, [...]
Jalapeño is one of the most famous and used chilies. They are usually harvested unripe, when they show the corks. Jalapeno Classic Jalapeno pods are about 6 cm long, with [...]
Habaneros are hot chili, famous all world wide. There are many different Habaneros, different in colour but similar in hotness (from about 300,000 Scoville Units). Standard [...]
Thai Dragon is a Annuum chili pepper, with pointed, hot red pods. I wanted to try a hot and sweet recipe. I added a Thai Dragon chili pepper to this chocolate cake and it [...]
Chili Pepper Files are informative posts about the chili peppers that I grown. This post is meant to be an index for this chili database. Capsicum Chinense Habanero [...]
Chili peppers are ripening, and it's time to harvest the seeds. Some tips to harvest and store chili seeds. 1. Choose ripe pods: seeds from unripe pods will not sprout. Cut [...]
This year I have grown an Aji Amarillo plant to try this peruvian recipe. Peruvian chili sauce Boil some water and throw 100g of Aji Amarillo (about 6-7 fruits), then boil for [...]
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