Extra-hot habanero recipes, using fresh habanero pepper, powder, or flakes. Fiery habanero hot sauces, marinades, and condiments as well as soups and meals…
Sweet fruits always pair well with fiery chili peppers, but you don’t always need to reach for those tropical options. Sweet peaches are an excellent alternative, too. And they’re bold enough in flavor to hold their own against the tropical fire inside those habanero peppers.
At one point, the habanero (100,000 to 350,000 Scoville heat units or SHU) held the crown as the world’s hottest chili pepper, but don’t let the fact that certain chilies have passed it by fool you into underestimating it. This is a seriously hot pepper. And unlike many of the hotter chilies, there’s quite a bit of flavor to go along with the extra-hot kick.
Habanero lemonade plays with fire in all the right ways. This is one seriously bold drink that’s full of contrasts: tangy and sweet, fiery and thirst quenching. And (for the adults over 21 in the room), it’s a delicious pairing with vodka or bourbon for a memorable spicy cocktail.
This spicy apple habanero hot sauce recipe is so good drizzled over chicken or pork. It’s a wicked chicken finger dipper or try it drizzled over salty foods like breakfast sausage or ham. Just a drizzle will do, mind you. This apple habanero hot sauce is one killer treat.
Thanks to our community member Uhclem for sharing this extra fiery habanero cornbread recipe. It’s a perfect recipe to pair with spicy barbecue or chili con carne. We bet it’s also delicious as a fiery breakfast side with eggs or grits. Forget that extra cup of coffee. This would be a definite pick-me-up in the morning!
Now here’s a hearty sauce that’ll wake you right up! Habanero cream sauce can bring life to all sorts of dishes, from drizzling it on top of enchiladas to flavoring a hearty soup. Try it, too, on pasta or simply as a sauce topping for fresh vegetables like broccoli or cauliflower. This is wicked, creamy heat.
This fruit pairing just works so well. The spiciness of the cooked habanero peppers doesn’t overpower the mangoes' fruity flavor. Instead, that habanero sweetness actually complements it, and that double-whammy of sweetness balances perfectly with the spiciness. #spicyhabanero #spicymangohabanero #spicyjam #jamrecipes
Have you ever wished you could enjoy that habanero pepper fruitiness without the intense heat? Enter the habanada. Developed at Cornell University by organic plant breeder Michael Mazourek, habanada peppers are a variety of heatless habanero peppers. That’s right this habanero-like chili is a nada on heat, and it’s spelled out right there in the name.
This fresh and vibrant mango habanero salsa packs a spicy kick! The sweetness of a fresh juicy mango, herbaceous cilantro and onions, kissed with habanero is absolutely delicious. This habanero mango salsa recipe is going to have you coming back for seconds, if you can handle the heat!