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Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ

Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ
Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ
Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ
Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ
Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ
Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ
Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds, Ớt Bí Đỏ
$2.99
  • Stock: 50
  • Model: P655
  • SKU: SKU2402655
  • Location: Loc:TR65582
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Get ready to spice up your garden with our Hungarian Cheese Pepper seeds! Experience the authentic taste of Hungary with these delicious peppers that add a unique tangy flavour to your dishes.

Appearance:

Hungarian Cheese Peppers are small to medium-sized peppers that typically range from pale yellow to bright orange in color. They are shaped like a cone or a cylinder, and they have a thick skin and a fleshy interior.


Growing Conditions:

The plants prefer warm temperatures and full sun. They grow best in well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. The plants require regular watering and benefit from occasional fertilization.


Harvesting:

They can be harvested when they are fully ripe and have developed their characteristic color. They can be eaten fresh or used in a variety of dishes, such as goulash, stuffed peppers, salads, and relishes. The peppers can also be pickled for long-term storage.


Nutrition:

They are low in calories and high in vitamin C and vitamin A. They also contain some fiber and potassium.


Common Use:

Hungarian Cheese Peppers are a popular ingredient in traditional Hungarian cuisine. They are used in a variety of dishes, including goulash, stuffed peppers, salads, and relishes. They can also be pickled and used as a condiment or garnish.


Health Benefits:

They are a good source of vitamin C and vitamin A, both of which are important for immune system health and skin health. They also contain antioxidants that can help protect against damage from free radicals in the body. Some studies suggest that capsaicin, the compound that gives peppers their heat, may have anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects.


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