How do you eat Datil Peppers?

How do you eat Datil Peppers?

YES! Datil pepper sauce is nice and fiery, and it’s so good dashed over many, many different dishes. Use it to spice up a pot of chili, spoon over tacos or sandwiches, swirl into your next pot of stew or into your slow cooker with a nice hunk of beef or pork.

What does datil pepper taste like?

A datil pepper is similar in its heat index to a habanero, hitting at around 100,000 to 300,000 on the Scoville scale–a scale used to measure the spiciness of peppers. But unlike habaneros, datil peppers are sweet, with a fruitful tangy taste to them. Datil peppers are particularly unique to the St. Augustine region.

What is Firehouse Subs sauce called?

Shipping calculated at checkout. The signature hot sauce at Firehouse Subs restaurants, this sauce uses the Datil pepper. Grown mostly in Florida it is similar in heat and flavor to a Habanero but sweeter and a bit more fruity.

How hot is Datil Sauce?

100,000 to 300,000 Scoville
Datils are quite hot by any chili pepper standard. They measure from 100,000 to 300,000 Scoville Heat Units on the Scoville Scale, placing them in the territory of both habanero peppers and Scotch Bonnets.

How do you store Datil Peppers?

What tips can you give for storing Datil peppers properly? Keep in mind they’re a fresh produce item. You’ll need to use them like any pepper, freeze them or dehydrate them. If you choose to freeze them, they don’t need to be blanched.

How do you know when Datil peppers are ripe?

When the peppers emerge they will be an olive green color, they will become lime green as time goes by. Look for a dark purple strip to appear as a signal that the pepper is getting ready to be picked. You can pick Datils green with the purple strip or wait until they become yellow and finally a glowing orange.

Can you buy Firehouse sauce?

We do too! Our hot sauces, including our signature Captain Sorensen’s Datil Pepper Hot Sauce, are available for purchase on one website.

What Mayo does Firehouse Subs use?

Duke’s mayonnaise
The mayonnaise used on the sandwiches is in fact Duke’s mayonnaise, which any Southerner would immediately recognize as the favorite spread of Dixieland.

What’s the hottest pepper today?

Carolina Reaper
Carolina Reaper 2,200,000 SHU The Carolina Reaper is once again officially the Worlds Hottest Pepper.

Can I freeze Datil peppers?