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Chilli Pepper .... Cheyenne ...

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Chilli Pepper ....    Cheyenne ...

To hot to handle ...



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Amy .... looking hot hot hot lol

4 Sep, 2015

amy
Amy
 

It is Gg I cut the tiniest piece off to try my mouth was burning for ages ....

4 Sep, 2015

 

They look great Amy. I am not familiar with the orange ones.

4 Sep, 2015

 

I bet I can handle these. They would be great for making stuffed peppers with tomato sauce running down. yummy!

4 Sep, 2015

 

Too hot for me, I think. The do look like ordinary peppers, wouldn't want to muddle them!

4 Sep, 2015

 

Im not great with hot chillies either. But they are very pretty!

4 Sep, 2015

 

Nice Amy. I have a sweet pepper almost ready

4 Sep, 2015

amy
Amy
 

Thanks all , I would like to take that bet Paul Lol I've never had any so hot as these they are wicked ! I make Chilli jam with the not so hot ones ...

4 Sep, 2015

 

They key is to prepare them with other ingredients that balance out the heat, ground beef, tomatoes, rice, carrots, chopped celery. Cooking mellows them out a little, but you have to like them to enjoy any dish. :)

4 Sep, 2015

 

Looks like a good crop there Amy.

5 Sep, 2015

 

Would be far too hot for me then.....although Bathgate seems to know a thing or two about cooking them......

7 Sep, 2015

 

I love them, especially stuffed with meat & rice mixture, cheese and tomato sauce. It's good eatin!

7 Sep, 2015

amy
Amy
 

Yes Linda they are good , they are very hot Dd , Paul in the photo these look bigger than they actually are you wouldn't be able to stuff them with very much maybe some nice cool cream cheese even cooked I'm sure they would be deadly I've chopped some up finely for the freezer to use in Chilli con carne , I like the big red peppers baked as in your recipe :o)

7 Sep, 2015

 

So many ways to prepare them and so many varieties I never get tired of them.

7 Sep, 2015

 

handle with gloves and don't rub your eyes! do you make pickled peppers?

12 Sep, 2015

amy
Amy
 

I have tried Lori but they don't turn out as nice as I would like perhaps I need a different recipe do you pickle yours ,I make Chili jam !

12 Sep, 2015

 

chili jam is wonderful. My friend down the road makes it but I have not tried to do peppers since moving here as they require some heat to ripen and the last few summers have been cold and short. This one was the exception. They would have ripened if I had planted them this year. I made chili sauce. You would find it bland because I don't use hot peppers in it...just a bit of chili powder and green and red sweet peppers. With T's GI problems everything I make is bland! would you consider pming me your recipe?

14 Sep, 2015

amy
Amy
 

Lori I'll PM it to you :o)

14 Sep, 2015

 

Thanks Amy!

16 Sep, 2015



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