• Orange Habanero Pepper

Capsicum chinense

Habanero means "from Havana" originally thought to have come from South America, it was extensively traded from the Port of Havana in Cuba. This is a hot pepper; it has a lovely citrus aftertaste and can be pleasantly warm if used judiciously.

Approx 25 Seeds


1 bottle of dry sherry

4 small sterilized bottles with good lids

8 cloves of garlic

8 fresh chillies, serano if not wanting it too hot, habanero if you are a heat freak, or a mixture.

Peel the garlic, poke a hole in the chillies with a sharp pointed knife. Put into your sterilized bottles, fill up with sherry and keep for at least a month before using.  A teaspoon or so is delightful in soups and stirfries.


Recipe compliments of Lesley Swart

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Orange Habanero Pepper

  • Product Code: LS203
  • Availability: Out Of Stock
  • R22.00

  • Ex Tax: R22.00

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