Mild Hot Sauce
The one thing that all chili peppers share is the common name “capsicum” (pronounced KAP-sih-kuhm). Capsicum, from the Greek kapto meaning “to bite,” is the pepper genus. Capsicum, aptly described as the plant that bites back, is a common condiment in certain diets. The plant grows in warm climates and is added to many herbal formulas as a catalyst for the other herbs. Cayenne or Capsicum derives its name from the Greek, ‘to bite,’ in allusion to the hot pungent properties of the fruits and seeds.
We blend freshly squeezed lime juice, fresh jalapeno peppers, zesty chopped garlic, sweet onions, and then add buckets of garden fresh cilantro.