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emboslice
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
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BIG Texan
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
Stuffed JALOPENOS

I do this with Boudin, easy and good.


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SUB
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
You can also fry them. Just put them in an egg wash, some flour and breadcrumbs, then drop in hot peanut oil for 2 minutes.

They should look like this:

Image: https://www.delishknowledge.com/wp-content/uploads/Creamy-Jalapeno-Salsa1-1-of-1.jpg


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Bennett Tramer
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
Easy idea, but you could make a jalapeno simple syrup for cocktails. It should come out looking like this: Image: https://www.delishknowledge.com/wp-content/uploads/Creamy-Jalapeno-Salsa1-1-of-1.jpg


Caplewood
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
wtf is this thread


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TigerMyth36
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
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the ones i grow are a lot hotter than the ones you buy in the store so they're not really good for poppers


Wtf!

That means they would be even better. I hate mild peppers. bring the heat!


SUB
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
Forgot about this one. It's one of my favorites.

Jalapeno Lime Pudding

1 package lime jello pudding
3 jalapeno peppers

Follow the directions to make the pudding. Add the pudding to a blender with the 3 jalapenos and blend them together. You'll be able to impress and surprise your friends with your spicy lime pudding! It should be nice and creamy, and look like this.

Image: https://www.delishknowledge.com/wp-content/uploads/Creamy-Jalapeno-Salsa1-1-of-1.jpg
This post was edited on 6/12 at 3:49 pm


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Sidicous
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
Similar to something I do except no bacon wrap, not sliced in half, baked in oven.

Leave them whole with the stem top sliced off. Core/seed. Stuff with your mix or similar ground meat/cheese mix.

the wire rack in the oven? stand the peppers up by hanging in between the wires of the rack and place a cookie sheet under to catch drippings. Without the bacon they can cook at higher temp faster, remove from wire rack with tongs individually.

If your oven rack doesn't have the wires spaced capable of hanging peppers they make racks for standing baking:

Image: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0684/6831/products/Oven_Roasted_Pepper_Set_grande.jpg?v=1492720387


thatoneguy
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
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Boil jalapenos, onion and garlic for 10-15 min


Excuse my ignorance, but why would you boil all of the ingredients? It seems like it'd be better saute the jalapenos and onion, then throw in the garlic at the end. I'd think that would develop way better flavor in the end


Caplewood
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For that salsa it’s better to boil than sauté


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SUB
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
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Excuse my ignorance, but why would you boil all of the ingredients?


It's to soften the peppers and garlic so the texture is creamy. You could also soften the peppers and garlic by cooking them other ways. I prefer roasting (sauteing could work too) because you get a richer flavor and better color, as can be seen in the pic for my salsa recipe on page 1.
This post was edited on 6/13 at 12:31 pm


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LSUlefty
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
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the ones i grow are a lot hotter than the ones you buy in the store so they're not really good for poppers



Wtf! 

That means they would be even better. I hate mild peppers. bring the heat!


I grew my jalapenos from seed this year and I swear they're as hot as habeneros. And I've grown reapers, ghost, morugas and Trinidad peppers. I had to neutralize the heat with other veggies.


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Chitown_Badger
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
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Sidicous


I've made those before but they came out looking like this.

Image: https://i.imgur.com/9ctI5SV.jpg


jlnoles79
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re: Jalapeño Ideas
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I've made those before but they came out looking like this.




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