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what do i do with these peppers

Posted by misfithousewife 6b (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 11, 12 at 18:59

Last year we got some peppers through our CSA.. I really don't know what kind they are and back then I didn't know what to do with them so I cut them in half and threw them in the freezer so they wouldn't go bad. After looking at images.. they look kind of like banana peppers. They did have a little heat I remember, and some are light green and some are yellow. They were a good size.. about 5 inches long. Is there anything I can do with all those peppers a year later?


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RE: what do i do with these peppers

Pepper relish?
Cooked dishes like enchiladas or a very mild chili rellano casserole.

They're going to be soft and not good for pickling, but good flavor.

Deanna


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RE: what do i do with these peppers

Pepper relish?
Cooked dishes like enchiladas or a very mild chili rellano casserole.

They're going to be soft and not good for pickling, but good flavor.

Deanna


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RE: what do i do with these peppers

They are great sliced and used as pizza topping, added to chili or spaghetti sauces, mixed with some diced tomatoes and melted Velveeta cheese they make a great chip dip, we also slice them and put them on sandwiches, hamburgers, in lettuce salads and chicken salad, even in scrambled eggs.

Dave


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RE: what do i do with these peppers

I can then, I use Mrs.Wages dill pickle packet and a little bit of the ball pickle crisp, they're wonderful. I use them all year on pizza, sandwiches, Philly cheese steaks, etc. I've also used Ball pickled peppers recipe.


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