A never-ending supply of chilli peppers can be ensured by learning how to produce them at home.
The use of chilli peppers is fundamental in Italian cooking. We can use them to enhance the flavour of any of our savoury dishes, whether they’re sweet or spicy. We will teach you the simplest method to grow chilli peppers inside, without soil, so you can guarantee a steady supply for your cooking.
In addition to their many culinary uses, chilli peppers are rich in medicinal compounds, which aid in fat loss via stimulation of the metabolism and thermogenesis.
What is the best way to grow chilli peppers in a pot?
To make pickled chilli peppers, you need to remove the seeds, wash the peppers well, and then let them dry in the sun for at least a couple of days.
Soil should then be added to a number of containers. If you’d like, you can recycle the yoghurt containers. Before putting four or five chilli seeds into each jar, make sure to bury them about one cm deep.
It is advised to drink water three times a day, but not too much water at once. The jars will absorb the most light if placed near a sunny window. All day long, the seedlings need sunshine.
By the time the seedlings are 8 to 12 weeks old, they will have already taken shape. Once they reach a height of five to ten centimetres, you can move them to a larger pot.
Making sure there’s a ten-centimeter space between each plant in a container filled with vegetable soil can achieve this.
Make sure the area where the pots will be put is warm and sunny inside the house.
In order for the plant to begin bearing fruit, it must reach a height of about 40 to 50 centimetres. The plant can produce chilli peppers three or four times a year.
Now that you know how to grow chilli peppers in your own garden, you can add a little heat and taste to your plants while also ensuring a predictable supply of peppers.