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Banana Pepper rings

Banana Pepper rings created by  Pamela

canning pepper rings-the alum keeps the rings crisp, not mushy.

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  • place pepper rings packed tightly in jars, add garlic, divide alum between quart jars.
  • In large pan put one quart vinegar, 2 quarts water, salt to taste and 1/4 cup sugar.
  • Bring this mixture to boil.
  • Boil flats in water.
  • Pour boiling mixture over pepper rings in jar, put on flats and rings.
  • Let cool and check to make sure they seal.
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"canning pepper rings-the alum keeps the rings crisp, not mushy."
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  1. pennycyrus350
    What amount of alum per pint? And ratio of vinegar to water?
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  2. Rachel T.
    What can I use instead of Alum? I can not find it.
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  3. Rachel T.
    What can i use instead of Alum? I can not find it...
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  4.  Pamela
    Banana Pepper rings Created by  Pamela
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  5.  Pamela
    I was looking for ways to use up the banana peppers from our garden when I can across this recipe. I had to scale the recipe way back as I had only planned on making 4 small jars. There seemed to be a very strong vinegar tastea dn I think I will use less next time, but the texture of the peppers was great and not mushy at all. DH always enjoys pickled banana peppers on his subs at Subway and now he can enjoy them at home too :)
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