Jalapeno

$12.00

Jalapeno

(2 customer reviews)
Carlos’ Consuming Fire Jalapeño Hot Sauce is not your typical green sauce. Do you want to excite your palate? This salsa verde with its exceptionally balanced flavor and mild heat makes it enjoyable on all hot sauce enthusiasts’ dishes… DISCOVER MORE

Heat Bar

1/5

Share

Jalapeno

Carlos’ Consuming Fire Jalapeño Hot Sauce is not your typical green sauce. Do you want to excite your palate? This salsa verde with its exceptionally balanced flavor and mild heat makes it enjoyable on all hot sauce enthusiasts’ dishes… DISCOVER MORE

$12.00

Jalapeno Pepper Description

Jalapeño peppers are medium-sized chili peppers that are typically picked (and eaten) while they are still green in color and not totally ripe. Though may also be found further ripened and red. In their green form, jalapeños tend to have a bright, grassy flavor. They can even have a slight bitterness to their taste. The flesh of the pepper doesn’t contain the heat; rather, the seeds do. The flesh has a subtle flavor similar to that of green bell peppers. Mainly, the heat comes from the high concentration of capsaicin, a compound in the membranes around the seeds. It can have a range of pungency with Scoville Heat Units of 3,500 to 8,000.

This chili pepper is so versatile, not only because of its very eatable heat but also because of its fresh, bright flavor. It works so well with other fresh vegetables, so anywhere where a bell pepper would be used, a jalapeño could be used instead. Try it in salads, fresh salsas, sandwiches, and vegetable medleys to add a little spark to the meal. An area where jalapeños really shine is as a popper pepper. Jalapeños have relatively thick walls and a wide cavity for their size, perfect for stuffing.

Most kinds of vegetables contain a lot of nutrients. Jalapenos contain a few nutrients but they are especially rich in the nutrients which your body needs. Because of this, the unassuming chili pepper has a lot of health benefits.

Jalapenos are medium-sized chili peppers that form an integral part of several cuisines. But did you know they offer a range of health benefits?

Jalapeños are rich in vitamins A and C and potassium. They also have carotene — an antioxidants that may help fight damage to your cells – as well as folate, vitamin K, and B vitamins.
Many of their health benefits come from a compound called capsaicin. That’s what makes the peppers spicy.

There are main health benefits of eating Jalapeño pepper. Those are:
1. Can promote Weight loss
2. Anti-Cancer
3. Natural pain reliever
4. Helps prevent stomach ulcers
5. Helps fight infections
6. Promotes heart health

Jalapeño pepper fast facts
Scoville heat units (SHU) 2,500 – 8,000
Median heat (SHU) 5,250
Jalapeño reference point N/A
Capsicum species Annum
Origin Mexico
Use Culinary
Size 2.5 to 3 inches long, pod-like
Flavor Bright, Grassy, Bitte

Read more Collapse

Carlos’ Consuming Fire Jalapeño Hot Sauce is not your typical green sauce. Do you want to excite your palate? This salsa verde with its exceptionally balanced flavor and mild heat makes it enjoyable on all hot sauce enthusiasts’ dishes. You can pair it with anything eggs, pork, red meat, poultry, seafood, and much more! Any dish partners well with this green sauce. You might start with one drop, but be sure it will not be your last. If you are looking to enhance the flavor of any dish, simply shake, open, tilt, pour and enjoy!

Weight 0.907185 kg
Dimensions 8.6875 × 5.3125 × 1.75 cm

2 reviews for Jalapeno

  1. Jenny

    Absolutely Delicious.

  2. Dustin williams

    Truly a thing of beauty! The sauce highlights the flavor of the pepper without being over powering. I enjoy the jalapeno sauce whenever I want to add a little spice and delicious flavor to any of my meals

Add a review

Your email address will not be published.