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#12588341 - 01/21/18 10:48 AM Re: Salsa recipe [Re: Magged Out]
olefisher Offline
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Registered: 09/24/09
Posts: 296
Loc: Burleson Tx
Originally Posted By: Magged Out
Originally Posted By: Luke57
Where do you get that pepper


Anywhere they sell Bonnie Plants. Lowe's, Home Depot..

Last year was the first year I found them at Lowe's but hope they continue to bring them in. I first found them at Russel Feed a few years ago but then they quit handling them.

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#12604700 - 01/31/18 08:46 PM Re: Salsa recipe [Re: olefisher]
SolomonOwens Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 01/23/18
Posts: 6
Originally Posted By: olefisher
There is a pepper called "Garden Salsa" that I have grown the last 5 years. Makes great salsa and poppers. The flavor profile starts a little sweet and then the heat gradually builds. I usually get 300 to 500 peppers per plant. In the Texas summer they get pretty damn hot by the end of season. Freeze really well for a year or more.



where did you buy the seeds of this pepper? I would also have bought

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#12610016 - 02/04/18 11:31 AM Re: Salsa recipe [Re: Bigbob_FTW]
hallfns Offline
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Registered: 08/22/05
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Loc: Granbury
Originally Posted By: Bigbob_FTW
Originally Posted By: David Welcher
I normally use the Serrano, as I think it has better flavor than the Jalapeno, I buy 5 of them, de-seed and devein 3 of them, then throw all of them in with the blending process.


+ jalapenos don't have consistent heat to them. I always use Serrano now just for that reason. Same in my Pico.


I had an old guy tell me that the jalapeño that is free of blemishes would be mild and the jalapeño with the most brown lines would have the most heat. I'm no expert but the rule seems to hold true...
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#12610189 - 02/04/18 01:47 PM Re: Salsa recipe [Re: hallfns]
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Big Sprocket Bob

Registered: 10/25/06
Posts: 48660
Loc: White Settlement, TX.
Originally Posted By: hallfns
Originally Posted By: Bigbob_FTW
Originally Posted By: David Welcher
I normally use the Serrano, as I think it has better flavor than the Jalapeno, I buy 5 of them, de-seed and devein 3 of them, then throw all of them in with the blending process.


+ jalapenos don't have consistent heat to them. I always use Serrano now just for that reason. Same in my Pico.


I had an old guy tell me that the jalapeño that is free of blemishes would be mild and the jalapeño with the most brown lines would have the most heat. I'm no expert but the rule seems to hold true...


Thanks for the tip!
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#12614338 - 02/06/18 06:49 PM Re: Salsa recipe [Re: Bigbob_FTW]
captain belly Offline
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Registered: 02/06/12
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