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Unread 07-26-2009, 09:32 AM   #1
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Default Jalapeños...what to do with them?

Besides making ABTs & salsa, what are some things to do with fresh jalapeños?

I planted 2 plants and we've had great weather this summer. I picked a couple dozen peppers this weekend and will have another dozen or so later this week.

For some reason they aren't as large as the ones you see in the store, so it'll be a little more challenging to make ABTs (it's still gonna happen, though).

Any ideas?
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Unread 07-26-2009, 09:34 AM   #2
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Pickel em......they're really good that way
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jalapeno jelly ?
http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Jalapeno-Jelly/Detail.aspx

we sometimes mix that & mango jelly for a rib glaze.
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We have 4 jalapeno plants & 3 cayenne plants. Store bought green beans,habaneros. Add in some vinegar,water,garlic,sprig of rosemary or oregano and presto ... Pickeled Martini Stirrers!!
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If you want to can, these or anything else for that matter, get the Ball "Blue Book".
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Eat em! Finely diced they make a fine addition to eggs, casseroles, stuffed inside fatties, sprinkled lightly over a salad. Be creative, Japs are a great addition to many things!
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leave them on the vine until they turn red and then do this:
http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=31179
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Get yourself one of these

www.chilegrill.com

Stuff em with sausage and cheese, wrap em in bacon and throw em on the grill.
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Get yourself one of these

www.chilegrill.com

Stuff em with sausage and cheese, wrap em in bacon and throw em on the grill.
Gonna do the ABT thing, but was wondering if any other "must make" recipes were out there.
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chop up a few (depending on your desire of heat level) and add to some light kayro syrup in a medium sauce pan - bring to a boil, reduce temp and simmer for ten minutes (or so). Take a grill piece of chicken (I usually use boneless, skinless breasts for this) and dip the chicken in the syrup - nice and tasty - sweet and spicy and so good!
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Make chile vodka! Add a couple of peppers into your favorite potato juice.
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try them with peanut butter, roast or fresh good stuff
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For something a little different, soften some cream cheese, mix in some dried cranberries, stuff 'em, cap with bacon, and roast on a chile pepper grill.
Yum.

Almost forgot; clean out the seeds and ribs first.
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we use them in are deer brats that we make
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Gonna do the ABT thing, but was wondering if any other "must make" recipes were out there.
Cut in down the middle, length not width. Add a large shrimp, cream cheese mixed with cooked bacon, salsa verde and co-jack cheese, wrap with prosciutto and grill until done!
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