600 Cowhorn Pepper Seeds - Hot Chili Pepper Cow Horn Pepper Seeds Non-GMO - Supper hot Chilli Pepper SeedsRegular price $9.99 Save $-9.99
Hot Chili Pepper Cow Horn Seeds Non-GMO , Gluten Free , Vegetable Garden Seeds Cowhorn peppers are long, fairly thick-walled chili peppers that are shaped a bit like cow horns, hence the name. They are very large peppers in general, growing up to ten inches. Cowhorn pepper fast facts. Scoville heat units (SHU): 2,500 – 5,000 SHU. Median heat: 3,750 SHU. Origin: South America. Capsicum species: Annuum. Jalapeño reference scale: Near equal heat. Use: Culinary. Size: Approximately 8 to 10 inches long, curved. Flavor: Sweet. How big does a cowhorn pepper get? The cowhorn pepper (a.k.a cow horn or cow-horn) is truly one of the largest chilies around. It typically rows from eight to ten inches in length which dwarfs most other chilies. Let’s put its size into perspective: It would take at least three normally-sized jalapeño peppers to match the total length of the average cowhorn pepper. There’s a lot of chili here. The first peppers should be ready to pick just 10-12 weeks after transplanting. Harvesting the fruit as it matures encourages the plant to continue producing. There’s a lot to like about this chili from a culinary perspective. It has thick walls which make this a terrific frying pepper. Try some fried cowhorn chili on sandwiches or as a spicy side. Those thick walls and the chili’s sweet simmering heat also make the cowhorn excellent as a pickling pepper. The tang pairs very well..