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Chipotles #7976488 09/16/20 06:09 PM
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I told a local friend about my dehydrator and smoker. He asked me if I could make chipotles. After reading up on what they are, I told him I certainly can. He brought me 5 pounds of fresh Jalapenos and three days later, I had a gallon bag of fresh dried and smoked chipotles. He told me they were far better than any store bought ones he had tasted.

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Awesome! Love me some chipotles. The only thing better than fresh chipotles are “chili moritas”. The morita chilis are red ripe smoked/dried jalapenos (still soft), verses the mostly green chipotles. I keep them canned, dried, and ground for use in all kinds of stuff. The chipotle/morita flavor is my #1 favorite. cheers

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Morita is a new one for me Skinnerback. I love learning from y’all!


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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Awesome! Love me some chipotles. The only thing better than fresh chipotles are “chili moritas”. The morita chilis are red ripe smoked/dried jalapenos (still soft), verses the mostly green chipotles. I keep them canned, dried, and ground for use in all kinds of stuff. The chipotle/morita flavor is my #1 favorite. cheers


Skinnerback you need to give a class on some chilis. I think i've learned more things than I can count from you on here. Start a cooking show on Youtube.

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Awesome! Love me some chipotles. The only thing better than fresh chipotles are “chili moritas”. The morita chilis are red ripe smoked/dried jalapenos (still soft), verses the mostly green chipotles. I keep them canned, dried, and ground for use in all kinds of stuff. The chipotle/morita flavor is my #1 favorite. cheers


Skinnerback you need to give a class on some chilis. I think i've learned more things than I can count from you on here. Start a cooking show on Youtube.


Thanks amigo, I love chilis and always learning!

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Sorry, fellas, I didn't get any pics of the last batch. I'm hoping to do some soon and I'll post a coupla' shots, OK?

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
Awesome! Love me some chipotles. The only thing better than fresh chipotles are “chili moritas”. The morita chilis are red ripe smoked/dried jalapenos (still soft), verses the mostly green chipotles. I keep them canned, dried, and ground for use in all kinds of stuff. The chipotle/morita flavor is my #1 favorite. cheers


We have a freeze dryer. You can spin some FD'ed peppers in a blender and they'll particulate down almost to talcum powder. Put the powder in a quart Mason jar with a 300cc oxygen absorber, put the lid on and screw the ring down tight and it's good for 10 to 15 years.

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Re: Chipotles [Re: Duke107] #7977014 09/17/20 12:19 AM
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Awesome! Love me some chipotles. The only thing better than fresh chipotles are “chili moritas”. The morita chilis are red ripe smoked/dried jalapenos (still soft), verses the mostly green chipotles. I keep them canned, dried, and ground for use in all kinds of stuff. The chipotle/morita flavor is my #1 favorite. cheers


We have a freeze dryer. You can spin some FD'ed peppers in a blender and they'll particulate down almost to talcum powder. Put the powder in a quart Mason jar with a 300cc oxygen absorber, put the lid on and screw the ring down tight and it's good for 10 to 15 years.


Wow. I’d like to learn more about that.

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The only two categories of food you CAN'T FD are foods high in oil/fat (bacon, peanut butter, dairy butter, margarine... you get it) and foods high in sugar content. About the only thing natural in that category is honey. And then jams, jellies, marmalades, preserves, etc. Other than that, you can pretty much FD anything you can think of.

We have FD'ed meats, raw and cooked, veggies, fruits, prepared meals, snacks, desserts (sp?) ...ad infinitum. FD'ed food can be packed in vacuum sealed bags, Mason jars and mylar bags. Shelf like of vac. bagged food is about 5 years under best case scenario. Away from light and temp controlled environment. Mason jars will got 10 to 15. Mylar bags, with a desiccant and an oxygen absorber will go 20 to 25 years.

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