Pepper Recipes from MI GTG

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  1. Marshel54

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    I had several members request the pepper recipes. It was suggested that I post them here.
    Sauerkraut Stuffed Peppers
    Brine:
    6 Cups of water
    3 Cups of white vinegar
    3 Cups white sugar
    1 TBS Salt
    Fresh Garlic
    cut the tops off the peppers and run a paring knife around the inside to remove the core and seeds.
    Stuff peppers with drained sauerkraut. Stand jars upright and stuff the peppers in. Add a clove of garlic to each jar.
    Pour boiling brine over the peppers. Stick a wooden spoon handle along the sides of the jars to remove air. Seal jars.
    Process jars at least 10 minutes in a hot water bath.
    Season jars for at least 6 weeks.

    The recipe says the brine is enough for 6 quarts, but I generally get 4 to 5 quarts per batch of brine.
    I also use cheap canned sauerkraut.
    You may add carrots, onions or what ever to the pickling solution. I have not done this yet.

    Dilled Peppers: Here is the link t the recipe. Dilled Pickled Peppers Recipe - Genius Kitchen
     
  2. Jack Straw

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    This is the Veggie Salad my wife brought:
    1-16 oz can of corn
    1- 16 oz can of small peas (optional)
    1- Medium onion, chopped
    1- Green pepper, chopped
    1- Red pepper, chopped
    3- stalks celery
    1- tsp pepper
    1-tsp salt
    1/3 cup oil
    3/4 cup cider vinegar
    1 cup sugar
    Mix altogether, best if sits overnight
    I’ve used the last 5 ingredients to make coleslaw
     
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    Thanks for posting this Roger! The peppers are outstanding and I will be making some. That is if winter ever decides to quit for good.
     
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    Again thanks for posting. This salad was a keeper too!
     
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    Xxxxxx I forgot 1-can French green beans.
     
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    Bump.

    Just fired up 5 qts of sauerkraut-stuffed hot banana peppers (fresh from the garden) today, Rog. :salute:

    They should be ready for the spring gtg at Dennis'. :thumbs:
     
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    ...if there's any left...:whistle:
     
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    Great. Didn't get may made this year. I just may have to go to the garden and see if the peppers are still. Tomatoes are gone frost.
     
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