|by Louise Spilsbury|
This title is part of a series that introduces young readers to key foods, looking at how they reach our plate, and what they provide nutritionally.
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Cook peppers and vinegar together ... Store in refrigerator. HOT PEPPER SAFETY TIPS: Wear rubber gloves. DO NOT touch eyes or face. Use old cutting board.
Let sit for 4-5 days. Be sure peppers stay submerged at ... processed in a boiling water bath, they don't require sterilization before packing with peppers.
Wash peppers. Make slice ... all ingredients except banana pepper and bacon. Stuff peppers, ... slice around. Bake at 375 degrees until bacon is cooked.
Remove Chorizo from ... aside. Prepare the peppers by slicing off ... and guacamole adds a great dimension and relief for the heat of the enchilada sauce.
Remove all seeds from peppers. Cut into ... drain. Place pepper rings into jars. Boil other ingredients 10 minutes and pour over peppers in jars and seal.
Use as many banana peppers as you need ... off end. Pull out seeds. Stuff with grated Mozzarella cheese. Make batter. Mix well. Dip peppers and deep-fry.
Cut banana peppers in half and ... egg and milk wash and dip stuffed peppers in wash and then in flour, then deep fry until meat is done and golden brown.
Split banana peppers and remove seeds ... greased baking dish. Spoon Rotel over peppers keep liquid to a minimum. Bake at 400 degrees until biscuits are flaky.
Mix contents, bring to boil and let boil 10-15 minutes. Put into jars while hot and seal. Add 20 jalapenos for hotter sauce.
Cut peppers in half; soak ... pepper to make breading mixture. Remove peppers from milk and roll in breading. Deep fry at 350 degrees until golden brown.
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