If you like Jalapeños, then you will love these. The heat will vary among the peppers, but the flavor is great. Please enjoy.
Delicious in cornbread, mango salsa, stuffed with cream cheese or often enjoyed as poppers at the local pub, most everyone knows the jalapeño pepper can be one serious pepper. Even though jalapeños are usually fairly small in size coming in around two to four inches in length, they carry a rather powerful taste of fire — and it’s that powerful taste that makes them a power pepper nutrition-wise.
Jalapeños contain a compound knowns as capsaicin. This compound gives way to its ability to help you fight cancer, lose weight, prevent bacterial growth, fight the common cold through its antioxidants, help stop migraine attacks and can improve eyesight. (1) Let’s dig in to this hot pepper and explore the benefits of jalapeños.
- May Help Fight Cancer
- Aids Weight Loss
- Prevents Bacteria Growth
- Prevents Colds and Promotes a Strong Immune System
- Treats Migraine Headaches
- May Boost Eyesight
- Recipes coming soon...
Peppers are best stored in a sealed plastic bag, with excess air pushed out, and placed in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator.
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