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krshome 12-06-2012 01:55 PM

? jalapeños favor without the heat?
 
Ok this is a long shot but I had some baked beans from a BBQ joint that tasted like jalapeños but with no heat. Does anyone know how to do this? I love the flavor of jalapeños but my family can't do the heat.

BobM 12-06-2012 01:57 PM

Most of the heat is in the seeds and the membrane. Just remove the seeds and the white membrane on the inside.

krshome 12-06-2012 01:59 PM

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Originally Posted by BobM (Post 2290180)
Most of the heat is in the seeds and the membrane. Just remove the seeds and the white membrane on the inside.

I have tried that still to hot for my wife and kids but the baked beans a that BBQ joint has 0 heat and they love them.

deguerre 12-06-2012 01:59 PM

Here you go.

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krshome 12-06-2012 02:11 PM

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Originally Posted by deguerre (Post 2290186)

So many choices but which one works?

deguerre 12-06-2012 02:35 PM

Personally I advocate the milk method. The fats leach out the capsaicin I believe.

hamiltont 12-06-2012 02:38 PM

It would help to start out with mild Japs. I've been told that the lighter shade of green the Jap is the milder it is. I've not confirmed that statement. Maybe someone here can. Cheers!!!

aawa 12-06-2012 03:02 PM

Seed and devein the jalepenos and then roast them down. I find that removes most of the heat in the hotter peppers. I haven't found a jalepeno hot enough that I would need to soak in milk to remove even more heat.

FattyMac 12-06-2012 03:02 PM

I've done the sprite method that BBQ Grail recomends.

You end up with mild jalapenos and hot sprite.

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Berock 12-06-2012 04:24 PM

Just buy the Peno's at Wally World. They have no heat in my experience. Then remove seeds and membrane.

goro25 12-06-2012 04:30 PM

A friend of mine made ABT's with habaneros that he soaked in milk. They weren't even close to too spicy so I can vouch for that method working.

krshome 12-06-2012 04:44 PM

Thanks for the help guys. I'll have to get to the store and give the ideas a shot.

JazzyBadger 12-06-2012 07:48 PM

Yep, milk works really well. Although one thing is all of my kids told me the peppers were too mild with ABT's, removing the veins and seeds was all it took for them to be happy.

Another thing that you might enjoy if you like the heat is to take the seeds and veins and soak them in some oil, and make yourself some jalapeno oil. My wife LOVES it when I use that stuff to cook with.

krshome 12-06-2012 08:05 PM

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Originally Posted by jazzybadger (Post 2290471)
Yep, milk works really well. Although one thing is all of my kids told me the peppers were too mild with ABT's, removing the veins and seeds was all it took for them to be happy.

Another thing that you might enjoy if you like the heat is to take the seeds and veins and soak them in some oil, and make yourself some jalapeno oil. My wife LOVES it when I use that stuff to cook with.

Sounds great what kind of oil do you use and how long do leave the seed in the oil for.

Bludawg 12-06-2012 08:41 PM

Easy Gut the peppers.


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