If you hang them to dry, eventually they'll all turn red.
Drying Hot Peppers: Thread a large needle with string, fishing line or a single thread of twine. Thread peppers on string and hang. Attractive!!
Hot Pepper Sauce: Pull stems from peppers. Put in food processor and process into small pieces, scraping down sides. Continue adding small amounts of vinegar to puree until sauce is consistency that you like for hot sauce. Bottle and store in refrigerator.
Dehydrating Hot Peppers: (Be sure to use a well-ventilated room where you will not be.) Put a small slit in each pepper, pull off the stems and arrange them on the mesh screen of the dehydrator. Pull the stems after slitting them so you have something to hang on to. Put a solid (fruit leather) dehydrator tray underneath the mesh tray to catch small bits of dried pepper and seeds. Dehydrate at 135 for 4-6 hours, until dry. Store in a jar with tight-fitting lid.
Note: Wear rubber gloves when handling hot peppers. If you do get pepper oil (caspium) on your skin, use yogurt or milk to soothe. Dairy products contain casein to reduce the caspium receptor. (water intensifies)