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Decided to harvest some of my chili pequins today #8059355 11/22/20 12:31 AM
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Need to get some tomatoes & cilantro & make some hot sauce!
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We’d take two handfuls of dried chili petines and grind them up. Mix with forty pounds of venison and stuff into casings. With no real fat it dries real hard. Called it jerky sausage and boy was it good with a cold malt beverage. I need to make some again.

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Originally Posted by Hudbone
We’d take two handfuls of dried chili petines and grind them up. Mix with forty pounds of venison and stuff into casings. With no real fat it dries real hard. Called it jerky sausage and boy was it good with a cold malt beverage. I need to make some again.



I’m about to make some myself. I love dried sausage & cold beer!

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Where could a person find some pequins? Asking for a friend.

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Originally Posted by Pupjoint
Where could a person find some pequins? Asking for a friend.


Most all the grocery stores in this area have them
on the spice/ baking aisle.

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Used to be far south on 35 or 77 either one you
could stop on the shoulder and pick all you wanted
at the right time of year

Re: Decided to harvest some of my chili pequins today [Re: maximum] #8062347 11/24/20 05:31 AM
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Originally Posted by maximum
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Where could a person find some pequins? Asking for a friend.


Most all the grocery stores in this area have them
on the spice/ baking aisle.


Most carry Chile Pequins which are common in stores, but not Chile Tepins.

The Tepin is a member of the Pequin family, but they are different peppers with different flavors.

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Humbled here, been saying it wrong my whole life.

If you do find some to pick, do not rub your eyes or relieve yourself without washing your hands first.

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Originally Posted by Hudbone
Humbled here, been saying it wrong my whole life.

If you do find some to pick, do not rub your eyes or relieve yourself without washing your hands first.



Lol, meh. People call them chile pequins, chili petins, chile tepins, chiltepines, bird peppers, or chile de monte in the valley. It’s all good. cheers

I call them delicious.

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