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  1. Hot Honey Recipe Red Chile Infused Honey Recipe This Hot Honey Recipe is great for spicing up your biscuits! Ingredients: 5 dried Chile de Arbol 2 dried Chipotle peppers (smoke-dried Jalapenos) 2 dried Guajillo 2 c Wildflower honey or honey of your choice ¼ tsp salt Directions: Rough chop all your chiles to mor heat and flavor. In medium saucepan bring honey, chile, and salt up to 180 degrees. Let cook at 180 degrees for 20 minutes, make sure the heat is not to high or else your honey will boil over and ...
  2. Hot Sauce Recipes Here are some of our favorite hot sauce recipes to make with your abundant hot pepper harvests! Hot sauce is a great way to preserve your peppers and their spiciness for year-round use, and long after the snow starts flying! Favorite Hot Sauce Recipes:Fermentation Crock Hot Sauce Recipe »Easy Fermented Hot Sauce Recipes »No-Salt Hot Sauce Recipe »Orange Habanero & Carrot Hot Sauce »Homegrown Sriracha Sauce Recipe »Chili-Garlic Sauce Recipe »Chili Oil Recipe »Sambal Oelek Recipe »Tomati...
  3. Red Chile Powder Recipe Red Chile Powder - Homemade This red chile powder recipe is quick and easy to make from scratch. It has an incredibly robust and vibrant flavor when compared to store bought powders. INGREDIENTS 4-6 cups Dried Red Chile peppers or 4-6 ounces (We recommend a combination of hatch red chiles, ancho, guajillo and any other variety you like, and if you want heat add some arbol or cayenne.) 2 tablespoons Garlic Powder or freshly dehydrated garlic 2 tablespoons Onion Powder or freshly dehydrate...
  4. Homegrown Chile Relleno Recipe If you grow our Hatch Chile or Anaheim Chile varieties, one of the best ways to enjoy them is in the form of a chile relleno! A delicious serving suggestion is to plate your rellenos and then drizzle warm Ranchero Salsa over the top of them (see the recipe below). Rellenos are usually topped with red or green chile sauce, other additions include guacamole, sour cream, or salsa. There's no wrong way to enjoy them! Here's an authentic recipe to make your own Chile Rellenos from scratc...
  5. Homegrown Sriracha Sauce Recipe Homegrown Sriracha Sauce 1.5 pounds Sriracha Peppers, or other red hot peppers such as cayenne, goat horn, fresno, bishop crown, thai hot, or jalapeno peppers ⅓ cup water 6 cloves garlic, peeled 3 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon kosher salt ½ cup white vinegar Cut off stems of peppers, add to a food processor or blender and add water, garlic, brown sugar, and salt.Pulse, then blend until smooth. Add puree into a large glass jar or pitcher, and keep covered in a cool dark location for 3 ...
  6. Spicy Vegetarian Chili Recipe SPICY VEGETARIAN CHILI RECIPE INGREDIENTS: 6-8 Cups of fresh diced tomatoes (or 1 large (28oz) can of diced tomatoes) 2-4+ diced hot peppers such as Serranos 4 chopped sweet red peppers or bell peppers 2 onions, chopped 6 cloves of garlic, minced 2 cans (15 oz) of kidney beans, drained 2 cans (15 oz) of black beans, drained (or use other beans like pinto beans) 1-2 cups of water (or broth of choice) 1 Cup of Corn, optional 2 tablespoons of chile powder 1 teaspoons of ground cumin Salt &...
  7. Hatch Chile & Basil Pesto Recipe Spicy Hatch Chile & Basil Pesto Recipe: Roasted Hatch Chile (peeled, deseeded)Basil (you could also use Cilantro)1-2 Tablespoons of Olive OilLots of Garlic ClovesWalnutsSalt & Pepper to tasteSqueeze of lemon or limeBlend all ingredients together in a food processor. We use whatever we have on hand, you can make a big batch or a small batch, and vary up the ingredient proportions - every batch is unique to what we have to work with. You can also substitute out the walnuts for pine nuts...
  8. Hatch Chile Guacamole Recipe Hatch Chile Guacamole Recipe 2-3 Avocados 1/2 Cup Roasted Hatch Chile, diced1/2 Lime, juiced Cilantro (to taste), chopped (optional*) 2 Cloves of Garlic, minced1/4 cup Tomatoes, Chopped1 fresh Jalapeno, diced (optional for heat and crunch)Salt & Pepper Mash avocado, add lime juice, cilantro, Hatch chile, jalapeno, garlic, salt and pepper, mix lightly. Serve with chips, on tacos, burritos, sandwiches, tostadas... you name it! *Cilantro is optional for those of you who detest it. We ...
  9. Cabbage Salsa / Mexican Coleslaw Recipe If you haven't had cabbage salsa before, you're missing out! This crunchy, spicy, tangy salsa is a real treat – eat it with tortilla chips, or serve as a delicious side or topping for tacos. Cabbage Salsa / Mexican Coleslaw Recipe Ingredients 4 cups chopped or shredded cabbage (we use a whole cabbage head and make a big batch!) 2+ cups diced tomatoes 1 diced red onion (you can also use green onions) 2-3 hot peppers of your choice (jalapenos, serranos, or fruity hot peppers lik...
  10. White Green Chile Recipe Here's a great white chile recipe that uses the amazing flavors of roasted green chile from the garden! During harvest season, we also throw in a few apples if we have an abundance of them, it's a nice way to use up some apples, thickens and adds a hint of sweetness to the chile. White Green Chile Recipe: • 3-4 Cups of white beans, cooked (canned or cooked fresh) • 1 Cup cooked, chopped chicken • 3 cups chicken stock (or bone broth/vegetable broth) • 2 diced potatoes • 1-2+ App...
  11. Ornamental Pepper Recipes Can you eat your ornamental peppers?Of course you can! They are usually quite hot, so add them with caution, add a little a time and taste-test your recipe until you get to the desired heat. Ornamental peppers are usually quite a bit hotter than your average Jalapeño, so unless you like it wicked hot, add in small doses until it's just right. Here are some of our favorite salsa recipes to use up your ornamental pepper harvest at the end of the season: Ornamental Peppers Salsa Recip...
  12. No-Peel Tomato Sauce Recipe Yes, you can leave skin on tomatoes when making sauce! Just use a food processor to transform whole tomatoes into sauce. This saves lots of time from having to boil the tomatoes first to loosen the skin enough to peel. We also figure keeping the skins on retains all the vitamins and minerals that the skin contains. The main reason people peel tomatoes for sauce is that if not processed, then you get little curled up skins in your sauce. But a food processor grinds them all up and even makes a...
  13. Homegrown Sambal Oelek Recipe Homegrown Sambal Oelek Recipe This delicious spicy condiment is delicious on everything from stir fries to soups to sandwiches or even just with some crackers or chips. Kick it up a notch with hotter peppers, and feel free to mix and match hot peppers for a deeper range of flavor. We like to use whatever hot peppers we have on hand! INGREDIENTS 1 pound of homegrown red chile, washed & de-stemmed(use any kind of red chile you are growing, such as Cayenne peppers, Goat Horn peppers, ripe ...
  14. Harvest Recipes We sure do love harvest season!Here are some of our favorite recipes to use up your harvest: Salsa Recipes:Carolina Reaper Salsa Recipe »Trinidad Scorpion Salsa Recipe »Vinegar Pepper Sauce Recipe »Ghost Pepper Salsa Recipe »Orange Salsa Recipe »Tomatillo Salsa Recipe »Hatch Chile Salsa Recipe » No-Peel Salsa Recipe »Green Tomato Salsa Recipe »Salsa Macha Recipe » Chile Pepper Recipes for Stews, Casseroles & Side Dishes:Green Chile Stew Recipe »Hatch Green Chile Gravy Recip...
  15. Spicy Pickles Recipe Grow and make your own spicy pickles! Here's a couple recipes: Spicy Refrigerator Dill Pickle Recipe » Jalapeno Pickles Recipe » Spicy pickles are one of the easiest ways to preserve your cucumber harvest for year-round enjoyment. You can make spears or slices so you can use them on sandwiches, burgers, or just as a snack anytime. Of course, we think spicy pickles are the best, and we like to experiment with using different chiles to flavor them. Try adding Hatch Chiles for a Ne...
  16. Spicy Beet Greens Recipe We love growing beets!! They are so delicious and so easy to grow. Did you know you can also eat the greens? Recipe posted below! Spicy Beet Greens Recipe: Ingredients: Olive oil Beet greens, washed and cut into 2-inch pieces 3+ cloves garlic, minced Crushed hot pepper flakes to taste Zest and juice of 1/2 lemon Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper Directions: Heat up the oil in a heavy sautée pan. Sautée the beet greens and garlic until the greens are wilted and tender, 5 to 8...