A friend dropped by....

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Steve H

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And asked if I wanted to pickle these for 50/50. take.

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Challenge excepted!

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Cleaned, trimmed and rinsed. Cut with mandoline.

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3 quarts white vinegar, 3 quarts water with 6 tbs pickling salt brought to a boil. Then cooled to room temp.

In each jar add:
1/4 tsp pickle crisp
1 /4 tsp minced garlic.
1/2 tsp mustard seed.
And 1 tsp each of the following:
Minced dried onion.
dill seed
dried dill
Fill jar with brine leaving a 1/2" head space.
Vacuum seal if you have one. Let sit 3 days before chowing.
If not vacuum sealed. Give them a couple weeks.
These are not shelf stable.
 
Nice work . Hard to tell by the picture , are those lunch box sweet ?
 
I used to grow them . Had a bumper crop one year , and ended up drying them and ground into powder . Makes a nice blend of chili powder .
 
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Looks great Steve, I love and use red bells often. Thanks for the recipe, doing this soon, Like! RAY
 
Nice job on the peppers Steve, I sure could use an Italian hoagie loaded up with them!
 
Sure look good Steve
Thank you Jim!

I used to grow them . Had a bumper crop one year , and ended up drying them and ground into powder . Makes a nice blend of chili powder .
That's something I should try if I get more. Thanks!

Great Deal on Both Ends!!
Nice Job, Steve!!
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Bear
Thanks John!

mmmmm....Peppers.
Jim
Thanks Jim!

Looks great Steve, I love and use red bells often. Thanks for the recipe, doing this soon, Like! RAY
Thanks! And you're welcome.

Nice! bet those are great on a salad or a burger.....or a charcuterie board!
Thanks! They are really good on pizza too!

great deal! I wish I had a friend like you! Looks delicious!
Thank you!

Looks great Steve. Thanks for the recipe!
Thanks Jake! And you're welcome.

Nice job on the peppers Steve, I sure could use an Italian hoagie loaded up with them!
Thanks Joe!

Looks great Steve. Easy recipe too. Nice work.
Thanks Muike! Yup, super easy. Just a little time consuming cutting all those peppers.

Nice.
I've got bucket loads of chilies to either process or give away.

Have you water bathed processed your pickled peppers, Peter, Uh Steve?
Lol! Thanks! Nah, I never got around to doing that.

Looks great Steve, another thing for the to do list
Thanks Jeff!
 
Yes I have not had banana peppers for a while , I'v never heard of Lunch Box Sweet, are they only sweet or is there heat also
nice cutting with the mandolin.

David

They're really not much different then a bell pepper. Certainly not "sweet". And no heat. I just tried a few. They are very good. I'm thinking about opening them back up. And adding a few Thai peppers in them.
 
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