- Dec 6, 2018
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Recipe please! I have a lot of jalapeños and Serranos to get rid of and this sounds yummy
Thank you. I will be making these. Mixed with cream cheeses and some garlic and onion it would make an outstanding spread.Unbelievably good on cream cheese as an appetizer, on hamburgers and on so many other things. This is my favorite recipe - a bit more kick and flavor than most of the others. One pint takes just under 1.25 pounds of peppers; the 3 pound recipe gives me 2 pints canned plus some in the refrigerator. Today's batch was 5.5 pounds of peppers (5 pints).
I am serious about the ventilation - you will think it is "not too bad" when you first start cooking the sauce and slicing peppers (food processor!). It gets worse. By the time the effort is complete, my dogs refuse to come back into the house. The first time I made it, I accused my son of trying to capitalize early on his inheritance (he gave me the recipe). That said, totally worth it and if you manage the ventilation, you will be well-rewarded.
My sister had a Mince-O-Matic (I think that was the name) plastic grinder that worked well for most vegetables. She lost hers when she tried grinding some type of hot pepper, and the plastic deformed.I once tried grinding/crushing some smoked and dried hot peppers in the Cuisinart.
A few years back I took the skin off the end of a finger with a mandolin. We couldn't stop the bleeding! My wife had to pick up the stop-bleed stuff at a pharmacy -- which burns like a mother$&#*#$ when applied. But it worked.Funny thing...of all the sharp tools I have, electric and manual, the ones that scare me the most are in the kitchen.
You mean those things that end up in the back of the junk drawer. Yeah I have a few!most of them come w/ guards or 'holder thingies'.
Do you pickle any, Chuck? That's my favourite way for nachos, sandwiches, burgers etc. Its a great way to sneak a little flavor bomb in there.Recipe please! I have a lot of jalapeños and Serranos to get rid of and this sounds yummy
I used to be a First Aider in the laboratories where I worked. They called me the Senior First Aider. I think that was because of my age rather than experience.I like to live dangerously. It’s how I roll.
I use power tools all the time and have so-far avoided serious injury. All of my most serious cuts have come from edge tools. I keep them scary sharp! The good thing about hand tools is that you can usually stop cutting before things become detachedI used to be a First Aider in the laboratories where I worked. They called me the Senior First Aider. I think that was because of my age rather than experience.
We had a big bandsaw in the foundry for cutting up metal. One guy who worked with us was constantly being told, "Never wear gloves when using the saw." He was one of those " I know what I'm doing!' type. Anyway, one day he came running down the shop and stuck his hand under the tap. I had to struggle to let me take his glove off. He cut his second finger vertically, almost to the joint. Luckily he missed the bone. I bandaged him up, managed to stop the bleeding, and we took him up the hospital.
He was off work for over a month. Needless to say, he never did it again.
Stable door job.
Stuffed banana peppers sounds great. Does your neighbor stuff the sour kraut after pickling or before ?I haven’t but my neighbor pickles hot banana peppers stuffed with sour kraut. They are fantastic . I need to make those.
I typically smoke all my leftover hot peppers at years end then dehydrate and grind… it makes the most wonderful chipotle seasoning.
I LOVE pickled hot peppers with feta in them.Pickled, then stuffed with kraut then stood up in jars and the pickling brine is put back on them.
Speaking of pickled banana peppers - If you go ice fishing on the bay or lake, put a small piece of the pepper on your hook. It was a really slow day fishing until I had a meat sandwich with some hot banana peppers, thought the yellow/green pepper looked like a lure. Put it on the hook and all hell broke loose. The other 3 people looked at me as I was pulling up whitefish one after the other. Also caught a lawyer fish.Pickled, then stuffed with kraut then stood up in jars and the pickling brine is put back on them.
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