Chile Pepper Recipes

Check out our Hot Pepper recipes in our Blog so you can use all of the chile peppers you grow from seed to create delicious meals. We have recipes for our varieties of Hatch Chile Seeds, Poblano pepper seeds, super hot pepper seeds, hot pepper seeds, sweet pepper seeds, and tomato seeds.

The best part about growing chiles is eating them! Here are some of our favorite recipes to use with your homegrown chile peppers: 

Chile Pepper Recipes for Stews, Casseroles & Side Dishes:

Green Chile Stew Recipe »
Hatch Green Chile Gravy Recipe »
Vegetarian Green Chili Stew »
Hatch Chile Gravy Recipe »
Green Chile Enchiladas Recipe »
Red Chile Sauce Recipe »
Fresh Red Chile Sauce Recipe »
Green Chile Scalloped Potatoes Recipe »
Jalapeno Popper Dip Recipe »
Shishito Recipe »
Vegan Jalapeno Poppers Recipe »
Green Chile Quinoa Salad Recipe »
White Green Chile Recipe »
Spicy Vegetarian Chili Recipe »
Jalapeno Mac and Cheese Recipe »

 

Pickled Pepper Recipes:

Jalapeno Pickles Recipe »
Pickled Jalapenos Recipe »
Pickled Banana Peppers Recipe »
Pickled Fresno Peppers »


Salsa Recipes:

Jalapeno Salsa Recipe »
Carolina Reaper Salsa Recipe »
Trinidad Scorpion Salsa Recipe »
Vinegar Pepper Sauce Recipe »
Ghost Pepper Salsa Recipe »
Orange Salsa Recipe »
Tomatillo Salsa Recipe » 
No-Peel Canned Salsa with Apples Recipe »
Cabbage Salsa / Mexican Coleslaw Recipe »

Hatch Chile & Basil Pesto Recipe »
Hatch Chile Guacamole Recipe »


Hot Sauce Recipes:

Fermentation Crock Hot Sauce Recipe »
Louisiana Hot Sauce Recipe »
Roasted Jalapeno Hot Sauce Recipe »
Easy Fermented Hot Sauce Recipes »
Chocolate, White, Yellow & Red Hot Sauce »
No-Salt Hot Sauce Recipe »
Orange Habanero & Carrot Hot Sauce »
Carolina Reaper Hot Sauce Recipe »
Ghost Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe »
Homegrown Sriracha Sauce Recipe »
Chili-Garlic Sauce Recipe »
Chili Oil Recipe »
Sambal Oelek Recipe »
Tomatillo Hot Sauce Recipe »

 

Spicy Salt Recipes: 

Spicy Salt Recipe »
Ghost Pepper Salt Recipe »
Carolina Reaper Salt Recipe »
Carolina Reaper Powder Recipe »
Homemade Chili Powder Recipe »


Learn How to Dry Peppers for long-lasting storage and use »

Please Note: The capsaicin oil from peppers can burn your eyes or skin. Wear gloves and wash your hands after handling hot peppers. If you use a food processor to “grind “ your dried chiles, put a damp towel over it to keep the dust from getting in the air (and your eyes, mouth and nose!)



Check out the Recipe PDFs below for easy printing:

Green Chili Cheeseburger
Southwestern Salsa
Three Chile Salsa
Mild Salsa for Canning
Chocolate Habanero Salsa
El Charro Chiles Rellenos
Chiles Rellenos
Shishito pepper appetizer
Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas


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