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HOT PEPPERS

 

Kitchen Minis™ hot peppers are easy to care for and add a spicy kick to your favorite recipes. Keep them watered and pick your peppers as they ripen, then use them fresh, or smoke and dry them for longer-term use.

Pepper Adobo

Adobo’s cone-shaped peppers start out chartreuse green, and ripen to hues of yellow, orange and red, creating a colorful display on each plant. Hot banana type.

Heat Level: 2 of 5

Pepper Cosmo

These brilliant purple, snack-sized peppers turn red when fully ripe, adding a medium amount of spice to classic recipes.

Heat Level: 2 of 5

Pepper Hot Burrito

Hot Burrito’s lime-green peppers ripen to bright red for a colorful display, and the mildly spicy taste is delicious when slow-cooked with braised meat.

Heat Level: 1 of 5

Pepper Hot Fajita

The long, tapered, lime-green-to-red peppers are fleshy and spicy – perfect for roasting.

Heat Level: 3 of 5

Pepper Hot Joker

Lime-green, skinny, tapered peppers ripen to bright red and dry down to a deep red, ideal for making paprika or pepper flakes.

Heat Level: 2 of 5

Pepper Hot Lemon

Don’t be fooled by the gorgeous lemon-yellow color – these peppers pack a punch of heat for spicing up a salsa or hot sauce! Habanero type.

Heat Level: 5 of 5

Pepper Piñata

Get ready to party with these lime-green and red, thin-walled peppers that are perfect for crushed pepper flakes or chopped in a sauce.

Heat Level: 3 of 5

Pepper Tamale

Jazz up your tamales and enchiladas with this crisp, juicy, thick-walled pepper that has a mild, spicy flavor.  Jalapeño type.

Heat Level: 2 of 5

Pepper Taquito

This pint-sized pepper plant is picture-perfect in a windowsill, with decorative, cone-shaped peppers that ripen from green to bright red.

Heat Level: 3 of 5