Candied Jalapeños

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The combination of sweet and hearty brings perfection to life in cowboy candy, also known as sweet jalapenos. Those are two flavors in their simplest form, with few flavors to boot. Cowboy snacks are a must when you have extra jalapeno peppers at the end of the growing season. It’s a simple formula. That uses many of the staples of spice racks like turmeric, celery seeds and chili powder.

We think once you try it. You won’t want to wait any longer. Get a pound of jalapeños from your local grocery store and make them year-round. It’s a delicious snack or appetizer with crackers, cheese, and fruit. Try it on bread, especially in combination with bacon. Or make your own jalapenos to experience the sweet heat in its purest form. ready There’s a reason they’re called cowboy snacks. This is a seriously daring snack.

Canned jalapenos are also a great ingredient in barbecue sauces. It goes well with sauces that are already sour and sweet. Try dicing or mashing cowboys and mixing into sauces. Mix it with the sauce for a richer flavor.

Three recipes using sweet peppers:

Candied Jalapeños

Especially delicious with cheese and fruit.

10 minutes prep time

Cooking time 20 minutes

Total time 30 minutes

Serve 20 servings

Calories 93 kcal

  • In a small saucepan, combine all ingredients except jalapeños. Bring the pot to a boil quickly. Then reduce the heat to bring the mixture to a boil for 5 minutes.

  • Add the jalapeno pepper ring and simmer for another 5 minutes.

  • Scoop the jalapenos out of the liquid and line them evenly. Fill the jars with vinegar, leaving 1/4 inch of space in each jar. Close the lid completely.

  • Place the pitcher in a large pot and fill the pot with hot water. Close the two vial caps with a two-inch pint.

  • Turn on the heat to high and bring the hot tub to a boil. Then leave the jar in the bath for 10 minutes.

  • Carefully remove the jar from the hot tub and set aside to cool. Chill the jalapenos. Sweet when the pitcher reaches room temperature.

  • Eat chilled or to taste best. Let the cowboys freeze at least overnight.

Calories: 93kcal Carbohydrates: 22g Protein: 1g Fat: 1g Saturated Fat: 1g Sodium: 2mg Potassium: 75mg Fiber: 1g Sugar: 21gVitamin A: 255IUVVitamin C: 27mg Calcium: 6mg Iron: 0.2mg

Keywords Cayenne pepper, Jalapeno pepper

Categories: Food & Drinks


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