Red Jalapeno


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While the majority of individuals don’t consume enough jalapeño peppers to significantly impact their nutritional requirements, a single pepper offers approximately 16 milligrams of vitamin C, which accounts for about 18% of the daily recommended intake. This vitamin plays a crucial role in various vital processes, such as healing wounds and supporting the immune system, and needs to be obtained from food sources.

Jalapeños provide a decent amount of vitamin A, which is beneficial for maintaining skin and eye health. Eating 1/4 cup of sliced jalapeño peppers will supply around 8% of the daily vitamin A needs for men and 12% for women. Additionally, jalapeños are rich in vitamin B6, vitamin K, and vitamin E.

Jalapenos represent only a type of spicy pepper. They can be eaten straight from the plant, preserved in brine, stored in cans, or smoked. Smoked jalapeños are referred to as chipotle peppers, and they are spicier than their fresh or canned counterparts due to the drying and the processing they undergo.

You can keep jalapenos at room temperature for a couple of days, or in the fridge for roughly a week. After opening a jar of peppers, it’s recommended to refrigerate it. For an open can of peppers, move them to a glass or plastic container for storage in the fridge. Additionally, you can freeze peppers after they’ve been prepared by removing the stems and seeds. Frozen jalapeños are ideal for use within 6 months for optimal flavor, although they can be stored in the freezer for an extended period.