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Drying Peppers

post #1 of 12
Thread Starter 
Peppers did really well this year so I figured I'd try drying some.

First load of jalapenos in the smoker

After 5 hours at 200 degrees

I think I was alittle too heavy on the smoke, but still taste pretty good.
Next load, I think I'll smoke for two hour then toss in the dehydrator.

Thought I'd slice some cherry peppers in half and throw em in the dehydrator at 135 degrees

These took 24 hours!

And finally, strung up some cheyennes

acouple of small japs there too

Hopefully more will start ripening lotsa green ones yet!
post #2 of 12
Those look very good. I am a big fan of the local jalepenos around here(N, Florida) Ill stuff em with cream cheese and shredded cheese and wrap in bacon and bake. I wanna try em in the smoker. Keep up the good work
post #3 of 12

about how long would that stash last ya?

I just smoke dried my first batch too and they are gone already, spicy butticon_evil.gif

Great Job
post #4 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanks Muscle!!

Chef_boy - I plan on doing more....Got lots!! Thanks!! And to you Sir, Congrats on knighthood!!
post #5 of 12


I wasnt even paying attention to the name. Congrats again on your knighthood.
post #6 of 12
Gene, your peppers look great!PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #7 of 12
Wow Gene, you have some nice looking heat going on there, are those for your personal use or do you plan on selling/sharing them?

Chef boy, congrats as well!!
post #8 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanx Jeanie.....You're TOO kind!!

Solar - Never thought about it. I'll see what I end up with...I'm sure I'll have enough ta share. I'll just have try to stay on top o things LOL
post #9 of 12
Cool! Hey Grow- cut a slit in those japs that are hanging and spread 'em with a toothpick.
post #10 of 12
Thread Starter 
Thanx Rich......Will Do!!
post #11 of 12
Nice job my friend, thanks for the pics.
post #12 of 12
nice !! i used to string up jalepenos like you did and they would dryout just great. last time was about 2 years ago and i had such a crop i still usin them!!!! anyone make dill pickles outy there put a couple of dried jalepenos in the jar and they will give the jar some zing!!! great job Gene!!!
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