Roast and peel peppers to use in your favorite recipes. Any type of pepper can be roasted, including green, red or yellow, hot or sweet. Roasting enhances the sweetness of the pepper and adds a nice smoky char depth.
Hot Pepper Relish - This very simple recipe for pickled pepper relish is great for any type of food you can prepare on the grill. We're talking steaks, chicken breasts, burgers, brats, even the good old hot dog. It's one of those wonder condiments that goes with so many dishes. Extra bonus - it is also a GREAT way to preserve your abundant pepper harvest. Loaded with wonderful chili peppers, a bit of onion and garlic, it packs in the flavor.
Homemade Roasted Tomatillo Pork Chili - A no-bean, crockpot chili recipe made with pulled pork, roasted tomatillos, four different types of chili peppers and tons of seasonings. These flavors will meld together beautifully.
The Scoville Scale of Chili Peppers List from Hottest to Mildest: The Scoville unit was named for Wilbur Scoville in 1912. At the time, he worked for a pharmaceutical company named Parke-Davis where he developed a test called the "Scoville Organoleptic Test" which is used to measure a chili pepper's heat.