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  1. Shishito Recipe If you grow our Shishito seeds, then you know how delicious these amazing Japanese sweet peppers taste! Here's a super simple recipe for your Shishito garden harvest: Ingredients: Shishito Chiles 1-2 Tablespoons of Sesame Oil or Olive Oil Chopped Garlic Cloves (1-3 cloves) Sesame Seeds (1 Teaspoon) Sea Salt (to taste) Heat up a skillet, add olive oil, then throw in the Shishitos, garlic, sesame seeds and sprinkle with sea salt. Fry until slightly charred, then serve! Delicious! Shishit...
  2. 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...
  3. Santa Fe Grande Pepper Recipes If you love the beautiful Santa Fe Grande Pepper like we do, you probably grow them in your garden. We offer seeds that are easy to grow into large 30" plants that have an array of color in peppers ranging from yellow to bright glossy red. The medium heat peppers (a little less spicy than Jalapeños), are perfect for lots of recipes and for fresh pickling. Here are some of our favorite Santa Fe Grande Pepper Recipes: Cream-Cheese Stuffed Grilled Santa Fe Grande Pepper Recipe • Cream Chee...
  4. Hatch Green Chile Gravy Recipe Do you ever make Green Chile gravy for your holiday mashed potatoes and turkey? Or perhaps you like biscuits and gravy? Well here's a recipe we're sure all you chile-lovers will enjoy. We think this Green Chile Gravy is much better than traditional gravy, and you can make it deliciously vegetarian by using coconut oil and olive oil instead of dairy.This is a great recipe to use with mashed potatoes or biscuits and gravy all year round, so don't just make it for the holidays. :) ...
  5. Fatalii Salsa Recipe Fatalii Pepper Salsa Recipe This is a great fruity and spicy salsa with tomatoes, pineapple and the tropical flavored Fatalii Peppers that add a great citrus heat. Fatalii peppers are also famous for making a fruity flavored hot sauce, check out our Easy Fermented Hot Sauce recipe » Fatalii peppers are hard to find at grocery stores, so if you can grow your own, you will have so many that you can share them with friends and dry or freeze some for year-round and winter use. This Fatali...
  6. Ghost Pepper Salsa Recipe If you are a salsa connoisseur, then you have to try this amazing Ghost Pepper Salsa Recipe. You can use any of our ghost peppers for this recipe, this salsa recipe would even be fun to make with several different colors of Ghost Peppers so that you can taste the subtle differences between each one. See our other colors that we carry in our Ghost Pepper Seeds collection. For example, the Chocolate Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper is just as evil as Red Bhut Jolokia Ghost Pepper, but it is sweeter –...
  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. Sichuan Chile Oil Recipe Do you make Chile Oil from your homegrown hot peppers or super hot peppers? This is a great way to use up the dried solids that you strain from the sauce... it's delicious! You can also make it with dried pepper flakes from any hot peppers. We think it's really good with our Goat Horn peppers, Thai Hot Peppers, or Chile de Arbol peppers, but it also tastes great with any hot pepper! Sichuan Chile Oil Recipe 3+ cups peanut oil4-5 cups solids from strained fermented hot sauce (or you ...
  9. Habanero & Green Tomato Salsa Recipe Canned Habanero & Green Tomato Salsa /Sauce Recipe This is a delicious way to use up all your unripe, green tomatoes before the first frost of winter. Don't throw them away! This makes for a great sauce for enchiladas, casseroles and burritos! 10-20+ chopped cored green tomatoes (any size, type, or feel free to use a mix of green tomatoes, just use all the green ones that you have!) 10-20+ Habañeros, Jalapeños or any hot peppers or even super hot peppers (to taste, add a lo...
  10. Canned Hot Pepper Salsa Recipe Canned Hot Pepper Salsa Recipe • 6 Cups Tomatoes; cored, chopped and peeled • 2 Cups Chopped Onion • 6 Cups Jalapeño & Hot Peppers*; chopped • Cider vinegar (2 tablespoons per pint, 4 tablespoons per quart jar) • 3 Teaspoons Salt • 3 teaspoons Oregano • 1 Teaspoon Ground cumin • 12+ Garlic cloves – minced • 4+ tablespoons fresh Cilantro, minced • Optional: You can also add peeled & cored Apples to this recipe to give it a bit of sweetness. (See bottom of this post)You...
  11. Trinidad Scorpion Salsa Recipe Sandia Seed's Trinidad Scorpion Salsa Recipe 4-5 Large Fresh Heirloom Tomatoes (use any fresh Heirloom Tomatoes)~or~ 1 Large (28oz) can Organic Whole Tomatoes 1/2 Cup - Fresh Cilantro leaves (use as much as you'd like)Small slice of a Trinidad Scorpion Pepper or Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Pepper or Trinidad Scorpion Butch T (fresh or dried) 1/2 Onion (diced, soak in cold water 20+ minutes to sweeten and reduce onion bitterness) 3-4 Garlic ClovesFresh Lime Juice (1 lime)1 Tea...
  12. Canned Chiles & Tomatoes Recipe Want to can your tomato and chile harvest? Here's a great recipe that will use up your abundance of Heirloom tomatoes and chiles. This is kind of like Rotel, but WAY better as it's homegrown! INGREDIENTS 12 cups cored, peeled, and quartered Heirloom Tomatoes* 1 Onion, finely chopped 1-2 Cups of Diced Roasted Hatch Green Chile (or you can also use fresh Jalapeños or other hot peppers – use more or less to taste, we like it spicy!) 3 Sweet Peppers, finely chopped (use Pimento Peppe...
  13. Fresh Tomatillo Salsa Recipe Fresh Tomatillo Salsa with Chimayo Peppers Mix up a batch of this Tomatillo salsa and it's sure to be a hit! With fresh Tomatillos, a couple fresh Chimayo chiles or Jalapeños or any hot pepper, plus 2-4 fresh garlic cloves, chopped onion, salt, pepper, fresh cilantro and cumin, this is a fresh salsa that you'll love. Tomatillos (as many ripe ones as you can pick – a bowl's worth or more) 1/2 Sweet White or Purple Onion, diced (rinse and soak in cold water to remove sharp taste ...
  14. Carolina Reaper Powder Recipe If you grow Carolina Reapers, you probably aren't going to eat them whole. They're way too hot! While Carolina Reapers can't kill you, using too much can definitely make your head feel like it's burning off! So, since a little bit goes a long way, we think the best way to preserve our Carolina Reaper chile pepper harvest for year-round use is by drying out your chiles and making Carolina Reaper Powder! Here is our Carolina Reaper Powder Recipe – it's easy to make powder an...
  15. Easy Fermented Hot Sauce Recipe Fermented hot sauce has a complex flavor, and is also probiotic... which is all the rage right now. And, it's so easy to make, you'll wonder why you didn't try it sooner. Find more Fermented Hot Sauce Recipes here » Happy hot saucin'!Sandia Seed's Easy Fermented Hot Sauce Recipe:Time: 15 minutes of prep, plus 3 days to ferment. 1 cup of hot peppers, chopped(use any hot peppers you want, such as the hottest Carolina Reaper, or Goat Horn, Tabasco, Cayenne, Trinidad S...
  16. No Salt Hot Sauce Recipe So if you're like us, you like to put Hot Sauce on EVERYTHING. If you're worried about your salt intake, and you like vinegar, this No-Salt Hot Pepper Vinegar Sauce is great on food and doesn't add any salt to your diet! It's a great way to spice things up with great flavor without sodium. Sandia Seed's No-Salt Hot Sauce Recipe: 1 glass bottle with cap or cork 1 cup of hot peppers (roughly, use any type of hot pepper, such as Goat Horns, or Cayenne Peppers . You ...