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Pickled peppers
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Phil    Posted 03-10-2003 at 10:52:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
let me just begin by saying that i live 8 miles from the closest town,own a little over 20 acres and a 1948 redbelly ford.i hope that meets your criteria of kountry.anyway i would like to take this opportunity to ask the vast aray of knowledge at this forum if anyone has a recipe for sweet pickled peppers like sub shops offer on thier sandwiches.


WV hillbilly    Posted 03-11-2003 at 16:29:51       [Reply]  [Send Email]
We make a pickled pepper combo using about 1/3 onions and 2/3 sliced sweet peppers and a sweet bread and butter pickle receipe minus the cucumbers that we found in the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. Sweet banana peppers are best but we mix any we can find to add color.Friends ask for them and we think some family members may be guilty of theft.

Donna from Mo    Posted 03-10-2003 at 11:59:49       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Do a Google search, this is one of hundreds I found:


4 lbs. hot long red, green, or yellow peppers
3 lbs. sweet red and green peppers
5 c. vinegar 5%
1 c. water
4 tbsp. canning or pickling salt
2 tbsp. sugar
2 clove garlic
If small peppers are left whole, slash 1 1/2 to 2 slits in each. Quarter large peppers. Blanch in boiling water and peel. Cool. Flatten small peppers. Fill jars leaving 1/2 inch headspace.

Combine and heat other ingredients to boiling and simmer 10 minutes. Remove garlic. Add hot pickling solution over peppers, leaving 1/2 inch headspace. Adjust lids and process. Process in boiling water canner for 15 minutes for half pints, or pints.

Makes 9 pints.

Donna from Mo    Posted 03-10-2003 at 11:08:14       [Reply]  [Send Email]
As far as I'm concerned, anyone who has so much as a couple of tomato plants qualifies for the board, and I'd bend THOSE rules a little. But then, I never was much for putting people in a pigeon-hole.

Phil    Posted 03-10-2003 at 11:25:01       [Reply]  [Send Email]
thanks for your opinion, how bout a recipe,btw i am looking to can these.


Have you    Posted 03-10-2003 at 20:08:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
asked Peter Piper

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