Tangy Banana Pepper Rings

Tangy Banana Pepper Rings created by Ingy1171

Similar to pepper rings purchased at the store, except we use whatever kind of pepper we have in the garden.

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directions

  • Wash and slice peppers-you may seed them if you want to.
  • Pack in jars.
  • Boil vinegar, sugar, salt, alum, and turmeric.
  • Should be enough liquid for 2 pints.
  • Pour vinegar mixture over peppers in jars.
  • Seal with lids and screw rings.
  • *myfirst ones were mushy, second batch was ok**i used green chiles and jalapenos*.
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"Similar to pepper rings purchased at the store, except we use whatever kind of pepper we have in the garden."
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  1. Kyrashallen
    Made these last year with banana peppers from my garden and they turned out great. Definitely add the turmeric for flavor and to enhance the yellow color. I packed these in pint jars and processed in a hot water bath for 10 minutes.
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  2. Ingy1171
    Perfect recipe for banana pepper rings - not too much sugar! I didn't add turmeric to my first batch, but will add it next time. They look beautiful in the jars! I doubled the recipe and it was the perfect amount for my collection of different sized jars.
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  3. Ingy1171
    Tangy Banana Pepper Rings Created by Ingy1171
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