Also known as the Long Red Slim Cayenne pepper, the Long Red Narrow Cayenne pepper has a rich spicy flavor with just the right amount of heat for most folks. It's hotter than the Jalapeno but not as hot as a Habanero. If you're making a powder or flakes, try slightly roasting them in the oven with the broiler on before grinding up. Cayenness are dependable producers and early enough for shorter summers. Also, they are very good diced up fresh and used to top off many dishes.
The pods are often curled, wrinkled and twisted, and they grow to around 5-6 inches long with tapered ends. They’re so thin that they look like pencils. This is a great heirloom pepper to grow!
I am going to enjoy growing your peppers and thank for the extra seeds. I would love some growing tips
Easy to grow!
Seeds sprouted with minimal effort. Grew these in a mini Kratky setup (1 quart container). These peppers are very prolific!
Every single one of these bad boys sprouted.
Quality for sure
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These babies are up and running in no time.
I can't wait to grind them up to sprinkle on my home made pizza slices.
By the way, Buffalo New York has the best pizza East of the Mississippi, but mine is a bit better with my cayenne sprinkles. Yum!