Mexican cuisine is one of the most scrumptious dishes I have ever tried. The combination of the different vegetables and fruits in one dish brings out an exceptional flavor. I am not actually a huge fan of spicy dishes, but Pico De Gallo’s become my personal favorite. I love to pair it with my tacos or a pack of corn chips! The juices from chopped tomatoes, onions, serrano peppers, coriander leaves all jive in. It is like bursts of sweet, spicy and sour flavors that define the authentic taste of Mexican cuisine. The touch of spice from the serrano peppers are definitely a winner!
And so I decided to grow my own serrano peppers. I have got to wait for quite a long time until the harvest season comes. The ripening and harvest sometimes vary, particularly when the temperature or season is unpredictable. If you’re dealing with the same thing, I know you’re dying to know when to pick serrano peppers. So, when is the best time to harvest? How would you know if your serrano peppers are ready to pick? I’d love to share you some tips!