Jalapeño peppers are firm and smooth-skinned with thick, pungent 3 ½ inch fruits on compact plants. The seeds and veins of this pepper are what create the intense heat when eaten, so removing those parts will create a milder flavor. Use jalapeños in sauces, stews, chili recipes, or in mole sauce. I like to use these chili peppers in stir fries, for grilling, and in salsa. To achieve the perfect tasting salsa with sweet, salty, sour, and spicy flavors, try different combinations of: tomato, onion, pepper, garlic, salt, lime juice or vinegar, pinches of sugar, fresh parsley, mint, basil, and oregano. Enjoy!
Plant 18″ Apart
80 Days Average to Harvest