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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Flavor, Appearance
What are the cons? None
Really unusual appearance and awesome flavor ground and dried. Terrific on pizza, pasta, & much more. Prolific producer that just keeps fruiting.
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5 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, looks, texture
As others have stated, a great pepper on all accounts. A firm flesh, nice heart, great flavor. I like the more unusual and rare peppers. These are a new favorite, this being my first year growing them. I grew eight plants and I have been getting 8"-10" peppers, much larger than the pictures shown. Healthy plants grow tall and with the weight of these peppers, the plants need support. I love the texture, firm and tasty. I use them fresh in salads, fresh or fried in Hispanic or Asian foods, pickled, fermented, dried, roasted. Very versatile pepper. Some are fairly mild and others provide a great burn!
7 out of 7 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Unique appearance and flavor.
Plants grew to at least 3' and are producing a lot of peppers. Of course they have a unique skin, but the flavor impressed me. Yes, they have some heat in them (not too hot). But I eat a lot of hot pepper and I've eaten hotter, so maybe not the best judge in that respect. Its the flavor that i love about this one. To me it has a flowery flavor isn't overpowering and very pleasant. I have some drying and the others I just eat fresh. Since I have them growing next to tomatoes I often sit in the garden eating the peppers and tomatoes right off the plants. Yes, they are that good fresh, so I eat one as I pick them. I had charred some on the grill, delicious. I slice them raw and eat with steak, awesome! I don't find the skin at all "tough". To me it just makes them wonderfully crunchy. I imagine they'd make a great salsa, but I prefer to enjoy the unique flavor on their own. Definitely growing these again.
What are the pros? Beautiful and tasty
What are the cons? none really
We really like this pepper. Grows really well in our hot, high desert climate. Little hotter than a jalape?o, great flavor.
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Unique exciting to try!
What are the cons? none
Ive only grown 1 plant so far from last yr but these were fun in salsa to brag about at parties my plant is still fruiting the spring after last summer & ive planted more from my own seed for more plants even friends of mine are growing them now from my seeds off my 1st plant- I want more this yr! So interesting and diff, some peppers sweet some extra spicy, I like the surprise in my salsa- be patient and wait for them to turn rusty red for heat, theyre so pretty! I want to start my dad a plant now!