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Pickled Habanero

 
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jeepdad
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PostPosted: Aug 12 2013    Post subject: Pickled Habanero Reply with quote


A pound of habs from my buddy's garden chopped up. You can chop as big or small as you like.


A pound of Hungarian Wax peppers chopped up and added to the habs.


Mixed well together.


I divided the peppers between four pint jars.


Bring the other ingredients to a rolling boil.


I was low on white vinegar so when I was at the store I saw this and used it in place of the white vinegar. I mean this is white vinegar too not sure what the difference is.


Hot liquid poured into the jars.


Let the jars cool without the lid.


Once the jars cool down put the lid on and put them in the fridge.....and eat it up.

This stuff is good on eggs, beans, stuffed burgers almost anything.

Pickled Habaneros

1 pound of habanero peppers
1 pound of Hungarian wax peppers
2 cups of water
2 cups of white vinegar
4 teaspoons of white sugar
4 teaspoons of salt (I use sea salt)
4 teaspoons of minced garlic

Cut the tops off of the peppers and dispose of them. I keep the seeds in. Then cut the peppers to desired size.

Mix all together well. Best to put these in a glass jars.

Add vinegar, water, salt, sugar and garlic to a saucepan over medium heat and bring it to a rolling boil. Then pour hot liquid over mixture of the peppers and leave with no lid on the counter until it cools down.

Add a lid and place in the fridge. These peppers will last several months when stored in the fridge.
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Cat797
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PostPosted: Aug 12 2013    Post subject: Reply with quote

Looks good there jeepdad!......I'm afraid the only person eating that around here would be me!.......Also, I think the only difference in that vinegar is the acidity level.

Cheers,
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PostPosted: Aug 13 2013    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the post. I have a bunch various peppers I now have a plan for. Wink
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Shane123
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PostPosted: Oct 30 2013    Post subject: Reply with quote

That looks pretty good! I gotta try some. I have a couple cases of mason jars just sitting there waiting for me to do something with them. I've been reading up on all the pickling recipes you guys have shared over the years.. I need to pull the trigger this week I think.

On a similar note, I just returned from my honeymoon in Puerto Rico and found this little bar that served their Bloody Mary's with a whole pickled hab in each glass and some old bay around the rim. I have to say it was pretty spectacular.

Also had a hotdog with ketchup, mustard, wiz and potato stix.. both were a first for me
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