Native to Mexico, jalapenos were named after Jalapa, the capital city of Veracruz. Although they are still grown in Mexico where they are also known as huachinangos and chiles gordos, they are cultivated in Texas and the southwest United States. This dark green pepper with a fruity, yet spicy hot flavor is about 4 or 5 on heat scale of 1 to 10.
In 1982, jalapenos were the first chiles to be taken into outer space.
We carry two dehydrated cuts, ground jalapeno and diced. The diced variety are easily re-hydrated by mixing 3 parts water with 1 part diced peppers and letting them sit until soft, about 20 minutes. You don’t have to re-hydrate them to enjoy them. You can toss them as-is in chili, sauces or salsas. Try these anywhere you’d like a little extra kick!
The amount of product in the jar you receive is considered the net weight. We have provided that net weight after the jar size, ex: Small glass jar (net 1.25oz). To give you a better understanding of the jar size, see the fluid ounce measurements below.
The small glass bottles hold 2 fluid ounces. The plastic lids have a flip top with a small pour spout.
Medium glass bottles hold 4 fluid ounces. The plastic lids have a split flip top. One side has a larger opening and the other side is a shaker.
Large glass bottles hold 12 fluid ounces. The plastic lids have a split flip top. On side has a larger opening and the other side is a shaker.
All bottles meet FDA requirements for food applications and are 100% recyclable. You can purchase all of our bottles from the Containers section of Spice Ware on this website.
Purchase in bottles:
(net 0.60 oz)
Once you have bought bottles from us, you can then purchase refills for those bottles.
This saves you money by not having to buy the jar again and reducing the shipping weight.
Choose from the three bottle sizes and you will receive a bag containing the correct amount of product
to fill your bottle at home. The bags are sealable and will be labeled with the product name, uses, and
ingredients if applicable. The bags meet FDA requirements for food applications.
They are 100% recyclable and can be put in with all other plastics recycled at home.
Purchase bottle refills (in bags):
Medium glass refill
(net 0.60 oz)
Native to Mexico, jalapenos were named after Jalapa, the capital city of Veracruz.
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