|by David Begler; Stephen Kuhn|
Does a menu at a French Restaurant look totally Greek to you? Do you know your chickpeas from chittlins? FoodSmarts can help.
Results 1 - 10 of 3,200 for hot pepper
(Wear gloves when handling hot peppers - keep hands ... sparingly! For a less fiery version, use Ancho peppers instead; seeds may also be left out to reduce heat.
Place chopped bell peppers, onions, and ... and add enough hot water to cover. ... seal the jars. Once opened, store tightly closed jar in refrigerator.
Set the sausages ... aside. Chop the pepper and onion in ... and set on the edges of a serving plate. Pour the contents of the skillet onto the plate.
Cook and drain pasta of choice, set aside. In a large pan melt butter or marg. Add flour to thicken, then pour in milk. Add onion powder and garlic ...
Using blender blend peppers together. Combine all ... large green bell pepper and 8 hot green peppers. Be sure to use gloves when handling the hot peppers.
Bring juice, vinegar, ... to boil. Clean peppers. Cut in strips on ... into liquid. Heat about 7 minutes. Don't let boil hard. Can in hot sterilized jars.
Cut peppers in medium size ... water. Drain. Cook above ingredients for 15 minutes. Add drained peppers to sauce and let it come to a boil. Can in hot jars.
Combine Picante sauce, ... the oil until hot but not smoking. ... skillet. Add garlic, pepper, mushrooms, and ... additional Picante sauce. Makes 4 servings.
Combine sugar, vinegar, and pepper in a pan; ... Certo and bring to a rapid boil for 1 minute. Remove from heat and pour in hot jars. Makes 10 half pints.
Wash to remove ... spoon and let stand for 8 hours. Stir every so often. Put in hot jars and seal. Be sure to wear plastic gloves when cutting up peppers.
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