Aji Dulce, from Puerto Rico
"Chato" to make "Sofrito"
Thank you very much Edwin.
They are beautiful!
Adrienne L. Ramos
Waleska wrote " I received my order within 3 days of receipt of shipping confirmation. The ajies dulce were amazingly well preserved. Thank you for ensuring great quality product and service. I hope to order more in the future."
Order 1 lb here, price include shipping.
I received my order today. They are absolutely amazing...I felt like Christmas came early. Thank you so much!!! I will be ordering more soon.
It's the SMALL THINGS in life that make a girl happy!
A BIG THANK YOU
Puerto Rican Aji Dulce, 100 % Sweet from Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico farmed then shipped directly to you. Priority Mail, Fresh.
Cindy wrote "I got my peppers on Wednesday and they are beautiful. When I opened them, I had the excitement that I was expecting when I got the first batch. I will order again because of your customer care. Thank you."
Farm grown aji dulce will be affected by weather conditions. Please be patient. Orders will me mailed after each crop.
From the plant to the box.
THEY WERE WONDERFUL, IN PERFECT CONDITION!!! THANK YOU SO MUCH. YOU SHOULD BE RETAILING THEM UP,
THERE WOULD BE NO COMPETITION.
THANK YOU SO MUCH.
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You can order while they last. Most important, we are a not-for-profit organization, helping small farmers.
Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, wrote ...
Ají dulce (from South American Spanish ají, "chile" + Spanish dulce, "sweet") is any of a variety of sweet perennial peppers found in Latin America and the Caribbean. It is most widely known in Venezuela where it refers to a specific native variety of Capsicum chinense related to the habanero, but with a much milder, smoky flavour.
In Venezuela, the "ají dulce" is a key ingredient in the preparation of the paramount dish of the Venezuelan cuisine, the Hallaca; and one of the cornerstones of the national cuisine.
In Puerto Rico, the "ají dulce" or "ajicito" (colloquially, "ajice") is grown commercially and is an important ingredient for sauces, such as recaíto, sofrito or "mojito isleño" (a fish or meat sauce).
In Brazil, this pepper is called Rubra or Biquinho (Because the rounded-form cultivar; observe the first photo), and is used to make a sweet jam.
I arrived home last night to a fresh and amazing Christmas gift. Just in time to add that special touch/flavor to my pasteles.
Once again THANK YOU and Happy Holidays from this grateful So Cal Girl!!!
Kathy Del Valle-Rivas
On Dec 5, 2013 3:52 PM,
Ciales, Puerto Rico
Due to shortage, price changes, and because this is a promotion, soon we will update prices. Puerto Rico's weather is beyond our control.
Due to weather conditions we are only taking your name for the next crop. Email us your name, address and phone number. We will hold the information for our own use only. When we are ready with the next crop, we will quickly notify. For now, please don't place your order.Write to firstname.lastname@example.org