Can you eat mole peppers raw?
They have about a medium hot level, which means while they probably couldn’t be eaten straight from the plant like a bell pepper, they aren’t as hot as a standard jalapeno pepper (think of Anaheim chiles). If wanting to use them ground up as a dried spice, completely dry them out before grinding.
What are holy moly peppers used for?
‘Holy Molé’ was one of the 2007 All-America Selections vegetable winners. The peppers are used to make the traditional Mexican sauce called mole (MOH-lay).
What does mole taste like?
Every mole tastes different, but is typically rich, nutty, sweet, and earthy. Mole generally isn’t too spicy. Texturally, mole is a very smooth purée; in traditional preparations, mole is made using a metate (stone mill), but it’s usually made in a blender or food processor.
Can you freeze Holy mole peppers?
Pour it over rice, smother your burrito, or roast a pre-Thanksgiving turkey. Freeze this seasonal eat to savor the mole all year long.
How do you preserve mole peppers?
Drying chile peppers is a great way to preserve them for use in mole, chile powder, pepper flakes and seasoning mixes. Depending on the type of chile, you typically let the peppers turn red before drying them. Cayenne, thai dragon, and ripe jalepeños all dry beautifully when red.
What is a super chili?
Super Chili is a very productive, semi-compact plant that produces a upward-facing cone shaped chili peppers with a spicy flavor. Super Chili peppers are great for ornamental use as well. The fruits turn from pale green to orange to red with all shades in between.