Making Your Own Hot Pepper Flakes - Old World Garden Farms
What to do with all of those peppers in the garden? Here is a simple and easy method to use up all of those hot peppers – make fresh hot pepper flakes. We love them on pizza, eggs, or
Heirloom Seeds - Vegetable Seeds and Plants, Pepper, Hot, Cayenne
The famously hot and pungent pepper takes its name from a river in Guyana. We like to think the name derives from locals fleeing to the river for relief, their mouths scorched by the incendiary pepper. Most often dried, Cayenne, powdered or flakes, serves as a multi-purpose spice. The South American pepper's 4-6" long, 1/2" thin fruits, slightly hotter than jalapenos, have a multitude of uses, whether fresh, canned or pickled; excellent steeped in oil or vinegar for flavorful condiments…
Hot peppers are a staple in Indonesian cooking. Peppers for sale in the market are usually displayed in a pile. Of course, there is also always a container for measuring the goods into a bag when a sale is negotiated. (Photo from the market in Bitung, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.) Copyright (C) Rick Collier / RickCollier.com / thePhotoTourist.com / www.RickCollierImagery.com.
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I use a lot of jarred jalapeno rings so I thought this year I would make my own. This is a new venture for me and it was very simple . 6 pounds fresh jalapeno peppers 5 cups of vinegar 1 cup water 4 teaspoons pickling salt 2 TBS sugar 9 half pint jars with lids and rings. I know this is not a great picture it is from my phone while canning at my father's house. Wash and slice peppers WEARING GLOVES, leave the seed in the pepper. Then Blanch jalapeno rings in a large pot of boiling water…