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Sriracha - Spicy Red Pepper Seeds
Sriracha Pepper - This is the hot and spicy red pepper commonly used to make the famous Sriracha spicy sauce, also known as rooster sauce. It has a high heat level and great for making fresh heirloom tomato salsa. Simply dice a fresh sriracha pepper and then add it to your salsa but be careful because it will be on fire! This pepper is typically eaten raw and can be used in many of the same ways as serranos and jalapenos. The large 5” Sriracha peppers turn from green to red while maturing on the plant, and mature red will have the best flavor. The tall 36” plants produce all summer long.
These extra large peppers will turn red while maturing on the plant. They are very spicy and grow 5” long on strong 36” tall plants. It is very prolific and will produce peppers all season long.
Sriracha hot sauce, also known as rooster sauce, is made with these peppers. The recipe is simple and uses only a few ingredients. The Sriracha pepper can also be used when green just like any other hot pepper. Chop some fresh sriracha pepper into your salsa and be careful because it will be on fire!
Germination Tip: Start indoors 8 weeks before transplant date, sow 1/4” deep. Keep soil moist with bright light & bottom heat. Germination: 7-14 days. Learn more at www.sandiaseed.com/grow
Capsicum annuum (93 days)
Heat Level: Very Hot Scoville: 30,000
Heirloom / Open-pollinated / Non- GMO
Packet contains 10 seeds.
All of our seeds are GMO-free.
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