If you’re a fan of Hatch green chiles and you wish to learn how to grow this great-tasting pepper, then this is it. So, continue reading to gain some knowledge about growing Hatch chiles pepper, the uses or application of this pepper, and so on. The good thing about growing the Hatch chiles pepper is that it can be grown in other states or areas apart from the Hatch region in New Mexico.
Harvesting of Hatch chiles pepper is typically done in August and September each year. However, the season can be prolonged for just a couple of weeks on either side and this will majorly depend on the weather.
Hatch chiles have this earthy flavor. They have a similar flavor to Anaheim chili pepper. When they are eaten raw, they will offer you this crispy, spicy flavor, and a slight pungency that is similar to an onion.