The 'Poblano' Pepper Plant bears a mild, large chile pepper. In fact, this is the chile used for making Chile Relleno, a common south-of-the-border entrée. Sometimes erroneously sold north of Mexico as a pasilla pepper, the poblano is the most popular pepper grown in Mexico. The immature peppers will be a dark, purplish-green color, but then will lighten to a glossy, waxy emerald green, turning a rich reddish-black when fully ripe. Poblano peppers are preserved by roasting and peeling, after which they can be canned or frozen. You can also dry and ground them into a powder for flavoring recipes, which is usually done when they’ve turned red. The average Poblano pepper will be 4-6 inches long and about 2 1/2 inches in diameter, making them perfect for stuffing with a variety of cheeses, meats and rice. Scoville heating units 1,000-2,000. Each 3-inch pot contains one Poblano pepper plant. Temporarily Sold Out
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