Fresh Habanero Chili: A real highlight for the tasty chilli cuisine ...
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Habanero is a true chilli classic. It does not come from Cuba, as the name may suggest, but from Yucatan / Mexico.
With 250,000-300,000 Scoville, these are not in direct competition with the whole super hot à la Bhut Jolokia, 7-Pot and Co. Nevertheless, they are also really hot for some that like it hot but are not extremely hot.
A detailed report on the habanero chili is available here: feast for the eyes and fiery treats (German language)
Their flavor is present, despite high heat hitting you already when cutting. Among connoisseurs, this flavor is very often compared to peaches / apricots. And that is exactly why these fruits complement the habaneros very well ...
Spice up your own creations with fresh Habanero chili: Sugos, sauces, jams, salads, stuffed, dried ...
Here is a recipe for a delicious spread: Apricot Habanero Xalz - for all non-Swabians ... at Xälz is jam :)
Our Hot Cooking # 3 Suggested recipe for you: Chilli jam for breakfast or as ice cream
Fiery-fruity chili jam perfect for breakfast or as ice cream.
500 g of pulp of the Galia melon
125g jelly sugar, 2:1
1 Organic lemon
- Peel the melon and cut into small pieces. Core Habanero and finely chop.
- Cut the lemon in half, squeeze out one half, and cut the other half into thin slices.
- Simmer the melon, jam sugar, lemon juice and chili together for a few minutes and then purée.
- Press the lemon slices from the inside against the glass wall of the preserving jars, fill in the jam, close the jars.
Here we have even more recipes that are made with Habanero Chilli: Habanero Chili recipes on Pepperworld.com
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- Color ripe fruits
- Size of the fruit
- 5 cm
- Heat Level Mild to Wild
- Heat level 1-10
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