Fermented yellow habañero pepper, garlic, onion, carrots, ginger, lime juice, apple cider, sugar, salt, pepper, olive oil, and distilled water
Tracing its origins all the way from the Caribbean islands, the yellow habañero, which literally means “from Habana,” offers 50 times more heat levels than jalapeño. However, its heat intensity is generally tolerable because it fades quickly, especially when cooked into dishes. By nature, it has a fruity, sweet, and pungent flavor that pairs well with ginger’s pungent flavors.
Scoville Heat Unit (SHU): 130,000 – 310,000
Scoville Heat Level: 10
An incredibly versatile ingredient, ginger gives any dish a slight peppery aromatic flavor. It naturally pairs well with any fruit, especially peppers.
Locally Grown and Produced
Pepper Juan takes pride as a local company that sources its ingredients directly from farmers. It takes care of its producers as it mindfully selects only the best ingredients in each chili sauce recipe. Locally fermented, Pepper Juan makes any meal or dip a gustatory delight.
How to Use
- Use in salad dressings and salsa.
- Use as a marinade, especially for chicken.