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  1. Chocolate, White, Yellow and Red Hot Sauce Recipe Hot Sauce Recipe: Cut peppers in half (use about 30 super hot peppers)1 1/2 Cups White vinegar1/2 tsp. Salt1 tsp. Minced Garlic Combine all ingredients in a pot and bring to a boil for 10 minutes. Transfer ingredients to a blender and blend. Will make roughly two 8oz jars. Enjoy! Store in the fridge. Try this with Chocolate Habaneros, White Habaneros, any of of our Yellow Super Hots, or any other hot peppers like Jalapenos, Ghost Chiles, etc.
  2. Best Peppers to Grow in Containers If you want to grow peppers in containers, here are our favorite varieties that do well in pots – using large 5 gallon or larger containers is best for growing peppers. Make sure to keep them in a sunny location, and be sure not to overwater them – let the soil dry out a bit between watering. Here are lots of the best peppers that grow well in containers: 1. Shishito Pepper SeedsThese delicious Japanese sweet peppers are easy to prepare, just fry them in some oil with salt and you have a deli...
  3. African Peppers Looking for African peppers? At Sandia Seed, we love offering peppers from around the world to gardeners everywhere. If you want to grow African peppers, make sure to check out the Fatalii pepper.This extremely hot heirloom chile has a delicious fruity citrus flavor. Both Fatalii and habaneros have extreme heat and belong to the Capsicum chinense species that is native to Central America, the Yucatan, and the Caribbean. The Fatalii pepper is considered African currently as it was transported ...
  4. Rare Pepper Seeds Sandia Seed carries a lot of rare pepper seeds from around the world, we love spreading the love of chile peppers to gardeners everywhere. In fact, that is why we started this business, Patsy LOVES Hatch chile, as most do, but found that it was hard to find a source of seed packets of Hatch chile varieties. And that is how Sandia Seed was born. Over the past ten years, we have started offering more and more pepper seeds from around the world. It's amazing the variety of flavors, heat, and...
  5. Harissa Recipe - with Homegrown Hatch Chiles Harissa is a spice mix used in Tunisian cuisine, and can be used on everything from vegetables to soups to rice or couscous. This Harissa recipe uses the famous New Mexican Red Hatch Chiles, which are roasted and peeled to make this delicious spice. 3 fresh* or frozen Hatch Red Chiles (any variety of red chile will do!) 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 tsp coriander seeds 3 tbsp olive oil 1 red onion, chopped 2 tsp tomato paste 6 cloves garlic, chopped 6 hot red chiles, (use super hot peppers like Caro...
  6. Hottest Pepper 2019 Did you know that the Hottest Pepper in 2018 and 2019 is the Carolina Reaper?While there have been rumors of a Dragon's Breath Pepper and a Pepper X that are trying to be contenders for the being the Hottest Pepper in the World... in 2019, the Guinness World Record is still held by the Carolina Reaper. The Dragon's Breath Pepper is not yet a stable strain, at least in our experience. We have been growing out several pods and seeds with varied, un-satisfactory results. The last set of ...
  7. Carolina Reaper Salt Recipe Carolina Reaper Salt Recipe This really easy Carolina Reaper Salt Recipe is delicious on everything! Just 2 Ingredients: 1 cup coarse sea salt 2 tablespoons crushed dried Carolina Reaper peppers – you can also use a blend of any homegrown hot peppers including Tombstone Ghost Peppers, Trinidad Scorpions, or less hot but still spicy Goat Horn Peppers, Cayenne Ring of Fire Peppers, Thai Hot peppers, or you can even make a white spicy salt blend with white hot peppers like the White Peruvi...
  8. Chili Meme Here are some of our favorite Chili Memes about Hatch Chiles, Hot Peppers and Chileheads: Don’t Give Up! “There are no gardening mistakes, only experiments.” ~ Janet Kilburn Phillips Pumpkin Spice ain't got nothing on Green Chile!! Life without Chile is no Life at All Who needs Hot Sauce when you have Hot Hatch Chile? Murphy's Law of Peeling Hatch Chile: As soon as your hands are covered in chile juice, your nose will begin to itch, you will want to rub your eyes, and you will...
  9. Pepper Seeds Sandia Seed has pepper seeds from all the chile peppers you can think of: hatch chile pepper seeds, anaheim pepper seeds, bhut jolokia ghost pepper seeds, habanero seeds, jalapeno seeds, and sweet pepper seeds such as shishito pepper seeds, which are wonderful japanese peppers that are very popular with chefs! Our GMO-free Pepper seeds are gathered fresh every year from New Mexican farms, bringing you the authentic New Mexican hatch chile varieties, as well as some of the hottest pepper seed...
  10. How to Germinate Pepper Seeds What You will need: Pepper seeds Indoor/Outdoor potting soil Plastic growing tray, at least 2” deep with holes for drainage Seed germination warming mat Grow light or bright window Distilled water Labels. Fill growing tray almost to the top with potting soil. Moisten thoroughly with water and allow to drain completely. Always use distilled water. Make an indentation with a pencil eraser approx. a quarter of an inch deep or less, about every 2 inches in the soil. Place one pepper seed int...
  11. Yellow Scotch Bonnet The Yellow Scotch Bonnet (Bahamian, Bahama Mama, Jamaican Hot or Martinique Pepper) is a very hot pepper, closely related to the Habanero and has about the same heat levels. The shape is different and resembles a Scot’s Bonnet, hence the name. The Yellow Scotch Bonnet is very important in the Jamaican cuisine and the Cayman Islands. That’s why Jamaican Jerk and other Caribbean dishes have a unique taste. Jerk is a way of cooking that is originated in Jamaica. Meat is rubbed with a very sharp ...
  12. Make Hot Pepper Infused Vodka for a Gift This is very easy and makes an impressive gift for Christmas or birthdays. First - Buy a bottle of vodka. Second - Place a small piece of habanero into the vodka and replace cap. Third - After one week remove the habanero piece. Fourth - Label and gift it! The first step is to buy good vodka in the mid-price range. Brands like Svedka, Absolut or Smirnoff work well for infusing. The second step is to use a hot pepper that hasn’t been in the refrigerator and is blemish free. Good choices are ch...

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