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Old 09-16-2013, 07:32 PM   #1
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Default My jalapino cornbread.........Not so good.

The jalapino peppers left a GREEN & BITTER taste in my mouth. I used a fresh pepper. Removed the seeds & viens. Diced it up real small.

Would a dried jalapino pepper taste better? Do the even sell dried jalapino peppers?
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Old 09-16-2013, 07:34 PM   #2
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I saute the jalapenos first, takes some of the bitterness off.
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Sorry to hear that. I dice my peppers a bit bigger, about 1/2" or so and they tasted great.
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what's a jalapino
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Jalapino is french for jalapeno.
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I use fresh diced in my cornbread and never had a problem.
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Old 09-16-2013, 07:57 PM   #7
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Jalapino is french for jalapeno.
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I use Bacon fat in my corn bead since I have to melt it to add it I saute mine in Bacon fat or I roast them first If I don't have any Bacon fat rare but it has happened
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I use the canned variety of diced jalapenos in mine.
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Penzey's had dried last time I checked
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I sautee or roast off any peppers I put into my cornbread.
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Yeah, roast them or even smoke them first.
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I use the canned variety of diced jalapenos in mine.
The ones in a can, are they picked?
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