Homemade chile powder xxx hot

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    The following dried chiles
    Ghost, pequin, arbol, habanero and ancho
    Cumin, garlic powder and corriander

    Great for homemade chili or adding heat to salsa

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    I love spicy! That looks gooooooood
    Did you think about adding some Carolina Reapers?
     
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    Send me a container!!!
     
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    I might try growing some reapers next year. we have the ghost chile plant moved out of the garden and potted in my sons room. in our climate i would need to start the reapers in december in the house.
     
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    I don't eat peppers, but I found they work well if you grind them and mix them with Elmer's glue. Then, paint it on your trees in winter to keep rabbits and other pests away.

    Did you know that rabbits and squirrels can do backflips after eating pepper?
     
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    I might try that to keep critters out of the garden.
     
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    You should Video that Too funny. I got some Caribbean Red Hots growing now for 2 years. They are small but remind me of Habanero peppers. They have that same kind of taste and turn red and burn for at least 4 hours Whew....
     
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    What ratio do you use? or do you just throw it together and go with it.
     
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    All peppers except ghost are equal amounts. I just guage by site in the container. the ghost chile is one pepper, i repeat one pepper
    1 tbs cumin
    1 tbs onion powder
    1tbs coriander

    I normaly add casca bell peppers as well but i was out . hint buy the dried ancho and casca bells from the ethnic food isle at your local store.

    I made some chili yesterday and had chili dogs for lunch. one tbs of this added to a pot of chili and it was perfect.
     

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