- Wash and dry a batch of peppers. Roast and dry them in the oven (preheated to 200 degrees F) until they are dry (just a few hours). Grind them up in a food processor or coffee grinder. We’ve already filled a few containers with ground peppers. Johnny’s Perpetual Pepper Pot has been replenished.
- Dice up a few peppers and place them in soups, chili, or any other dish that needs a little heat. Remember, a little goes a long way.
- Chile Pequin Vinegar
- Chile Pequin Jelly (would be similar to a pepper jelly but only with chile pequins)
If you’ve never grown chile pequins and you love hot peppers, you really need to plant one of these beauties in your garden. It’s a perennial plant that returns every year to grace you with an abundance of peppers with very little effort on your part to grow.