Seasoning is anything used to flavor an ingredient or dish. Rubs are most often applied to meat where the spices, herbs and chile flavoring is going to marry with the meat for two – twenty four hours before cooking. (for seafood we tend to let the rub marry for no more than 30 minutes).
We love the chili jam and this tends to be the most popular.
Fresh peppers are typically available sometime in June.
The Scoville scale is a measurement of the pungency (spicy heat) of chili peppers – such as the jalapeno, the bhut jolokia and the world’s current hottest pepper, the Carolina Reaper. Scoville heat units (SHU), is a function of capsaicin concentration. Capsaicin is one of many related chemicals, collectively called capsaicinoids. The scale is named […]
Our products are not a “burn your mouth” hot, we believe in flavor in your mouth and the heat follows, you have to wait for it.
We do not have a retail outlet store however you can order our product online at savoryaccents.com, we ship anywhere in the in USA. We also have product available at the Landmark Creamery in Paoli.
Definitely Scorch! Scorch is a new product and it is really hot because it is a combination of Ghost Pepper, Trinidad Scorpion, and Carolina Reaper, these are the three hottest chilies. We take the freshly grown chilies from our garden, dry them and grind them into a find powder in our onsite commercial kitchen
Chili Jam tends to be our most popular product, it has that wonderful combination of sweet and spicy which is so popular. Easy to use as an appetizer with crackers and cream cheese or over a baked brie. Also very good as a glaze for pork, chicken, shrimp and salmon.
It depends on what we are cooking. For grilling and stuffing we prefer Anaheim or Poblano. For salsas and sauces it would be Lemon Drops or Bulgarian carrots. For sautéing and serving as an appetizer it would be Padron or Shishito. Also, we find combining many chilies in one seasoning or sauce produces wonderful complex […]
Yes, Chile Plants can be fun houseplants. In addition producing an abundance of beautiful flowers you can eat the ripe chilies. Certain smaller varieties are better as houseplants. Try Bolivian Rainbow or Ornamental Thai plants. They ripen quickly and are prolific producers.