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TAGS: chile , chili , Habanero , Scoville , Spicy
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Habaneros are a crucial ingredient for the regional cuisine of the Yucatan Peninsula. They are native of that region, though ironically, they are named after the Cuban city of Habana as they were traded there, heavily, centuries ago.
They are very easy to grow indoors and are beautiful to look at, so it is quite common to find them in kitchen pots, not only in Mexico!
love this! we really like spicy. I actually used 6 habaneros (I grew my habaneros and my plant had produced 6 (why waste 2 peppers?)I removed some of the seeds, but not all.
Hola! Six habaneros!!? You are brave.Pati Jinich replied to comment from Lyn | September 17, 2012 2:36 PM
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