How do you dry habanero peppers?

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To dry habanero peppers, wash the peppers under cold running water mildly scrubbing away any dirt, position them on a wire rack so there is space between the fruit, put the rack in a dry well aired room, wait a few weeks, wash the peppers under cold running water, gently scrubbing away any dirt, pass the needle and thread through the stalk ,wrap it around several times and pass it through a second time, thread the needle and thread through each stalk forming a stack as you work, and then hang the ristra in a dry, aerated area
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Habanero peppers are among the hottest members of the chilli pepper family, typically clocking between 100,000 and 350,000 Scoville units, a widely recognized measure of chilli heat
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1. See the tips and warnings. If you ignore them, you might regret it. Ad. 2. Select a glass jar or a pottery crock that holds at least a gallon. You will not want to get it more
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I have seen this done in Mexico. They hang the chili peppers in the sun for a couple of days to dry them out. Grind them up to make chili powder.
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Put the peppers on a cool, dry and dark place, on a paper and leave its there for 1 week or more. Source(s): http://retete-culinare-diverse.ro/en
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How to Dry Habanero Peppers
Habanero peppers are among the hottest members of the chilli pepper family, typically clocking between 100,000 and 350,000 Scoville units, a widely recognized measure of chilli heat. By comparison, original recipe Tabasco sauce has between 7,000 and... More »
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