Peron Hot Mexican Salsa
The Peron pepper is a rare type of pepper that is exceptional due to the fact that it is a medium hot pepper that offers a truly fruity flavor. It is also known as the Manzano pepper, so-called for it’s apple-like shape. It is part of the capsicum pubescens botanical family native to the Andes region.
Salsa Cosecha prepares the Peron pepper in a specially blended hot mexican salsa that is the perfect complement to fruit and citrus based dishes or salsas. And with a heat rating of 12,000 to 13,000 on the Scoville scale, this mexican salsa can give your food just the perfect amount of the spicy kick it needs to bring your taste buds to life.
Salsa Cosecha prepara el chile de Perón en una salsa mexicana especialmente mezclada. Es perfecto para los platos o salsas a base de frutas y cítricos. Y con una calificación de calor de 12.000 a 13.000 en la escala Scoville, esta salsa mexicana puede dar a su comida sólo el perfecto patada picante que necesita para dar vida a sus papilas gustativas.
NET WT 9.17oz.
Wow! Peron Hot Mexican Salsa was really good. It had an almost roasted flavor with just the right amount of spice. I used 8 seeds, chopped up a little bit, and the heat was right on.
I’ve been trying to make salsa for about the last 3 years, and up until this recipe, my endeavors were all dismal failures. Found this Peron Hot Mexican Salsa today, and I will probably settle on it as my go to recipe. Thanks.
Can you can this Peron Hot Mexican Salsa or is there another close version that could be canned? Also, how long does this keep in the refrigerator? Thank you in advnce for any and all comments on this topic.
Just wondering if you can use jalapenos in Peron Hot Mexican Salsa instead of serrano peppers. Also, can you not use canned plum tomatoes if they have the white lining? I think this counteracts the metallic taste. And…no garlic?
Peron Hot Mexican Salsa is a great way to make salsa. I’ve been making it with canned tomatoes and not heating/simmering like your recipe. I tried it and I’m now hooked! Great recipe! No more cans for me :-)