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Candied jalapeņos #7221126 07/11/18 12:32 AM
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Anyone have a good recipe? My dad sent a bunch of fresh peppers back with me last week and I want to give it a try.

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Just core and slice the jalapeņos, make a sweet brine, 60/40 water to vinegar, and pour over the jalapeņos slices. You can add onions,or carrots.


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No recipe, but I sure like those from Buckee's


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SpitFire (my beautiful bride) buys the large jars of sliced nacho jalapenos then drains all peppers with the juice into a large bowl. Add 4 cups of sugar. Stir it up real good and place in the refrigerator. Stir once a day for a week then put the peppers back in the jar and as much juice as will fit.

Then when we fry catfish she will strain some sweetened jalapenos, toss them into a bag cornmeal mix then drop them into the grease....better than fried okra.....

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J F..C. That sounds so freaking good. Lucky man.

Re: Candied jalapeņos [Re: Cow_doc.308] #7224478 07/14/18 05:18 PM
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I might have to try that, S W. Sounds good. Fire and ice.


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Originally Posted By: Erathkid
I might have to try that, S W. Sounds good. Fire and ice.


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How many large jars of nacho jalapenos, or is it 4 cups of sugar per jar?


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Originally Posted By: dogcatcher
How many large jars of nacho jalapenos, or is it 4 cups of sugar per jar?

Just one large jar. The contents with 4 cups of sugar wont fit in the jar which is why you have to put everything in a large bowl for a week stirring daily. Then after the week place the peppers and as much "juice" as will fit back into the jar.


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Candied jalapenos poured over cream cheese is one of the best things on earth

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Here is our recipe using fresh ingredients.

Half pound fresh jalapenos
5 fresh onion rings
2 cups of sugar
1 cup vinegar

Remove stems and slice jalapenos, remove seed for milder flavor. Cut onion rings in quarters.

Mix sugar and vinegar in a sauce pan, bring to a boil stirring until sugar is dissolved and temp reaches 225.

Add jalapenos and sliced onions, stirring and simmering for about 5 minutes. Do not let the sugar burn/scorch. If too thick add tablespoon of water.

Spoon the jalapenos into a jar, then pour in the syrup. Seal and refrigerate for 24 hours.


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I like the brands Best Maid and Trappey's sweet Jalapenos.

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Originally Posted By: Okiedog
No recipe, but I sure like those from Buckee's



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