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Any good pickled pepper recipes?

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I've got a bunch of hot & sweet banana peppers that I'm looking to pickle. I'd like to mix them in the jars if possible. Any good recipes out there, as I'm new to pickling.

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Here is the one I started with. It will get you going and you can adjust from there.

Pints work best because quarts seem to get mushy for some reason. Ingrediants are per pint jar. You can add other veggies as you like. Pack the jar with peppers, veggies, and garlic then add:

1 Tsp. Dill weed.

2-3 cloves garlic

1/4 cup vinegar

3/4 tsp salt

Fill with water.

Process in boiling water for 10 minutes.

Let sit for at least a month before using.

If you are using sweet peppers you may want to add a little hot pepper to kick it up a notch.

I hope you like it.

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I used to have one from a guy named Peter, his last name was Piker, or Piper and I never could get him to tell me how many pickled peppers to pick! LOL


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