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I have tons of them anyone have a good recipe for using them, or how to can them correctly?
 

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When I grew them my wife would cut them in rings and can them. They were great for putting on sandwiches or as a side.
 

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Back on the farm Mom would slice them in half, clean out all the seeds and then sautee in butter till soft. Made great sandwiches, or freeze them for winter eating.
 

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Back on the farm Mom would slice them in half, clean out all the seeds and then sautee in butter till soft. Made great sandwiches, or freeze them for winter eating.
Judging by your avatar, that was the fall of '45.... 1845.
 

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John S said:
When I grew them my wife would cut them in rings and can them. They were great for putting on sandwiches or as a side.
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Flifisher, If you like mustard- hot pepper mustard is by far the best way to can Hungarian wax. close second would have to be pepper rings.
 

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I've got tons of those things, too. Best bet is to slice them in half, fill them with cream cheese, chives, and chopped bacon, then grill.
 

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I stuff them with browned sauasage or meatloaf mix, then bake with moz. cheese and spag sauce.

Canning them works well too. I cut them into rings and can. They taste great with tacos, salads, just about anything.
 

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Alpinbogen said:
I've got tons of those things, too. Best bet is to slice them in half, fill them with cream cheese, chives, and chopped bacon, then grill.
did something similar to this 2 weeks ago & they turned out great
 
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