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Miss Annie--to the rescue, again! We LOVE the jalapenos! We eat them almost every meal, and this recipe is easy and allows me to "can" my own fresh jalapenos. I put up a batch 2 weeks ago and will be making a large batch this week-end--jalapenos all year round! I love it. Thanks for posting a real winner. P
This is my favorite recipe. I often use okra instead of peppers. I also substitute dill for the oregano sometimes. Try it.
Awesome recipe! My friend grows a huge garden and we have been looking for pickling recipes that aren't over poweringly vinegary or complicated. This is a great recipe and I am making extra for gifts!
I've been using this recipe for 2 years everyone who tries them says they are the best. I've found that the longer i let the jalepenos stay on the plant the hotter they get. I pick my jalepenos early and small when im canning for gifts. My recipe is only a little more than half peppers the rest is carrots, onions, oregano, and garlic (this also reduces the heat).
Great recipe !!!! I decided to slice mine to put on nachos. They came out just perfect. Although there is alot of heat to the peppers. If you don't like the heat I suggest to remove the seeds. Since we Texans like our peppers HOT they are perfect!!!!!
Delicious recipe and easy to make. I plan to grow more jalapenos next year!
This was easy! I made up 2 pints, using the carrots and onions. Thank you Miss Annie! I'm glad I picked you to adopt in the Pick a Chef game!
Not only did I have a personal bumper crop of peppers, but my husband brought home quite a large gift of peppers from another friend! It was jalapeno overload! Thankfully, this recipe took care of everything quite nicely. I now have 8 big jars of freshly pickled jalapenos to get me through the winter... it was 9, but it only took us a week to buzz through that one. Very good, very simple. Thanks.
Very good and easy. I made these as a hostess gift for a Mexican themed dinner I attended. Never knew how simple it was to pickle something! The whole jar was eaten along with a lot of ooohs and ahhhhs and reqests for the recipe. Today I'm going to make more with some of the veggies suggested. Sounds good. The brine is perfect.
Simply said. These are the best I have ever had in my 50 years. Headin to the market for more peppers. Thanks Miss Annie. Little note: I used Mexican oregano. Here it is 5 years later and 2015 and I'm still using this amazing recipe.