Bread & Butter Pickled Jalapeños

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  1. deand1

    deand1 Refuge Member

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    Last year in hunting camp a guy came up with what he thought was a one off treat to have with drinks. He had a jar of jalapeños slices canned in a bread & butter solution. He got them from a specialty store. They were tasty on crackers etc.
    I raise my own peppers so I went looking on the internet and found several recipes for canning peppers in bread & butter solution. If you like peppers try this. Search the internet for a recipe that you like. I like to put onion rings and small carrots in with my peppers. That seems to take some of the heat out of the pepper and I can eat them alone if I want.

    My last full Jar. Time to find some fresh peppers.

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    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    My grandma use to put up hundreds of jars of different things fish, meat, fowl, salsa, pesto, marinara/ pasta sauce and pretty much anything you can pickle.
    I love bread and butter pickles and peppers, although I'm trying to watch my salt intake, so I don't pickle things very often these days because if they are here I will eat them until they are gone.:yes:l
    That jar of peppers looks great, it would last about a week in my house.:tu
     
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    A new batch of jalapeños, onions and carrots in Bread & Butter pickle solution.

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    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    Those look awesome the only thing I would do different is add a handful of peeled whole garlic cloves.:yes :bow:bow:bow
    Care the recipe and processing method, I'll have a bunch of Jap's by the end of sept.
    Thanks a bunch.
    Dan:tu
     
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