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Pickled Banana Peppers

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Have your banana pepper plants been going crazy like mine have? I've been adding them to soups and salads, but I wanted something else to do with them. I decided to do the standard pickling (recipes are widely available so I won't reproduce here), but I went WAY heavy on the whole cloves of garlic, and added chopped basil to the mixture. this added a GREAT tang to them. they are so delicious that I pop them out of the fridge for a snack!

 

Make sure to pack the sliced peppers in well because the more you get in, the more you'll have soaking in that delicious brine. Also a great, beautiful gift to give your friends and family -- and they go well on pizza. enjoy!

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I always pickle peppers in the fall, farmers markets will have end of season baskets full that I buy cheap. I do a mixes hot pepper that can be anything up to habenero, plain pickled jalapeno slices, and pickled banana peppers for milder use.

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I always pickle peppers in the fall, farmers markets will have end of season baskets full that I buy cheap. I do a mixes hot pepper that can be anything up to habenero, plain pickled jalapeno slices, and pickled banana peppers for milder use.

are you able to grow them at all in MN? they are growing like weeds this year in Atlanta. ;)

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Most summers peppers do well here, this year not so much. Been to cool.

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