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Had some left over hot peppers

BodineBodine Senior MemberTallahasseePosts: 3,108 Captain
The wife is putting fresh pepper jelly in jars right now.
Stuff is great on pork chops, or on toast for breakfast.
This batch is SPICY.
F the feds

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  • BayBobBayBob Senior Member Posts: 865 Officer
    Also great with cream cheese and crackers washed down with a cold beer or glass of wine. My wife make some every year.
  • OldgoldandwhiteOldgoldandwhite Senior Member Posts: 252 Deckhand
    Good stuff. Made two cookings this summer and thinking of a third.
  • micci_manmicci_man Senior Member Somewhere in FLPosts: 15,001 AG
    That's good stuff!
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  • dewyafishdewyafish Senior Member Posts: 5,025 Admiral
    BayBob wrote: »
    Also great with cream cheese and crackers washed down with a cold beer or glass of wine. My wife make some every year.
    One of my favorite party snacks!!
    There's nothing more enjoyable than suprise morning sex...
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    Unless you happen to be in jail at the time.
  • Nick NikonNick Nikon Senior Member Posts: 4,882 Captain
    Depending on the kind of peppers ( mostly Anaheim & Jalapeno ), we usually the remove seeds ( always wearing disposable gloves ) and mix them up with kosher salt, lots of garlic, a dose of honey ( sometimes ) and white vinegar. Stuffed in a blender and mixed, it has a nice rough texture, good for many uses. Most years, we do a "green" sauce early, and a "red" sauce later in the season.

    Didn't make any this year ... still have a quart in the fridge from last year. Most of the rest was given away.

    Two years ago, we grew a variety called "tabasco peppers". Several grew into bushes covered with small yellow peppers that matured into red ... but they were too small and too many to remove the seeds. So ... we just **** a bunch in vinegar, strained-off the pulp, and used that vinegar with sweet green & red peppers to make up for the removed vegetable matter. Put in some parsley as well. There's still a bottle of that back in a far corner of the fridge. The **** seeds made the heat go off the chart. "Green Hell" ... just too **** hot for our taste.
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