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jayd4wg 07-07-2009 02:45 PM

canning hot peppers...
had the most amazing canned jalepenos this weekend. it was really simple too - whole japs cleaned and stemmed and pickled as you would bread and butter pickles. what an amazing flavor...i just can't describe how good they were. Put them on burgers, hot dogs, ate whole, on chips, with gastric bypass was HATING me but i could NOT stop eating these peppers.

mountainhippie 07-08-2009 02:45 AM

Re: canning hot peppers...
I remember in 06 when I first moved down here my buddy brought a few jars of his mom's "half hots" that were as far as I can tell quartered banana peppers pickled in vinegar. It might have something to do with the fact that we were stoned as all get out when we were eating them, but those things were AWESOME. I have enough Hungarian wax peppers coming my way I'll have to write him for the recipe.

alpine4d 07-08-2009 02:50 AM

Re: canning hot peppers...
I plan on stuffing my hungarian hots with sauerkraut this year

NanookOdaNorth 07-08-2009 03:07 AM

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jayd4wg 07-09-2009 08:54 PM

Re: canning hot peppers...
spoken like a man who has at least once in his life roasted a wienie. Thanks for the visual nanook

Of a greater concern to me after these peppers was the midget in the toilet trying to weld my [censored] orifice shut. But that's for a whole 'nuther forum.

Woodywoodduck 07-10-2009 03:41 AM

Re: canning hot peppers...
My Buddy's wife who's farm I plant on has a very great simple recipe for making sweet pickels that are refered to by her as "Refridgerator Pickles" there is no cooking of the pickles and they take 10 days to make in the pickling juice she makes....last summer she took Hot Hungarian Wax and cherry peppers and some of the other hot peppers amd put them sliced in the pickling juice... she made many jars with each jar only having 1 type of hot pepper in them.......

The were GREAT!

She adds sliced sweet onions mixed in and the hot peppers and sweet onions with the sweet pickling juice just is out of this world....

They go great on pizza, subs, deer bologna and even are very good eaten straight from the jar!

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