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Hubby dried a LOT Of red chile' peppers...

Posted by momagain1 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 1, 12 at 22:32

but here they sit..have no clue what to do w/them..

ideas???


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RE: Hubby dried a LOT Of red chile' peppers...

Grind them into chili powder. Lots of uses and keeps forever.

Dave


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RE: Hubby dried a LOT Of red chile' peppers...

Yup, what Dave said.
I use my coffee grinder and do small batches. However you grind them, do it in a well ventilated area and let the powder settle before you take the lid off of the grinder/blender. I learned the hard way. I had a dedicated coffee grinder for peppers(many people do), but the blade broke and I have since used my regular coffee grinder. To clean out the pepper residue, I grind a little rice and repeat until the grinder is clean(I suppose you could save the peppered rice powder to toss into soups, stews, etc, but I discard it). I've never tasted pepper in my coffee.


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