Jalapeno chillies

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Jalapeno (5 fruits)



Heat of Product : Medium

This is probably the most well known of chillies. Very versatile with medium heat, fruits 3" long. Ideal for nachos, stuffing for 'poppers', salsas and general cooking. Normally available Mid July to the end of November

Recipe: Poppers - Slice fruits in half lengthwise, de-seed, fill halves with cream cheese, re-assemble chillies, dip is whisked egg, dip in breadcrumbs. Put in freezer for 2 hours, then deep fry and drain. Serve warm.

Currently shipping 'GREEN' (red available later in the season).


Weight: 5 Fruits are approximately 190g

Flavour: Jalapeno!


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I couldn't find jalapenos in any supermarkets so decided to order these online. I couldn't be happier with the quality, size and taste! I will be ordering again!
I ordered Green Jalapeños, serranos and poblanos for testing Mexican recipes for a new cookbook. They were delivered next day and were firm textured and incredibly fresh and tasty, unlike anything you might find in a supermarket.
I will definitely be buying them again. The dried chillies, pasilla, guajillo and chipotles in particular are also superb for Mexican recipes. ....And while I am here the mint chilli chocolate is also amazing!
My parents live in Devon and I visited them the w/c 7th September. During my stay we visited the Chilli Farm (as I do everytime I visit them) and I bought some jalapeno peppers. My parents came to visit me the following weekend and they also bought some and we made our own jalapeno poppers! We cut them in half, removed the seeds, filled each half with cream cheese, dipped them in egg then in breadcrumbs and baked them in the oven.

They were absolutely delicious!!!! The poppers were so full of flavour but with a heat that still allowed you to taste all the flavours, leaving a lovely warmth rather than breathing fire!! They had so much more flavour than any of the frozen ones, or those you get in restaurants.

This was my first visit to the farm in the summer and the poly tunnel was wonderful to see. I also spent some time getting advice on how to grow my own chilli's next year, and the satff member I spoke to (I am sorry, I cannot remember her name) was polite and wonderfully helpful. I also bought the chutneys and some of the chocolate and all are delicious!!

Kind regards

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