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|by Thiri K. Estrada|
Thiri K. Estrada was born in Burma (now known as Myanmar) in 1962. At only 9 months old she and her family left Burma for the United States.
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Wash peppers. and slice 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. ... The oil is the secret. For a clear liquid, use white vinegar; for the best flavor, use cider vinegar.
Heat liquids with ... If you want to peel the peppers, ... Process both pint and quart jars in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes. Yield: about 9 pints
Cut jalapeno peppers in half. ... sugar. Bring mixture to boil. Pack peppers ... someone who has canned before to estimate the amount of vinegar and sugar.
Put peeled eggs ... covered. Add water to fill jar if ... stronger flavor, poke holes in eggs with a toothpick. These are great alone or especially on a salad!
Drain liquid from ... and peppers back to jar. Use a ... 10 days inverting jar every 2 days. This makes enough for about a half gallon. Can be doubled.
The jalapeno is a hot ... use Heat mixture to boiling. Pour over ... covered. Seal jars. Process 1/2 pints and pints for 10 minutes in boiling hot water bath.
Boil honey and vinegar together. Wash jalapenos; slice in ... into sterilized jars; cover with hot syrup; seal. NOTE: To prevent burnt hands, wear gloves.
Combine 1 clove ... carrots, onion and jalapenos. Cook a ... excess oil and add enough vinegar to cover and bring to boil. Pack in sterilized jars and seal.
To make pickling solution, ... coriander, you may substitute oregano. (This seems to work out better if you fry the peppers on medium heat instead of high.)
Wash peppers and ... ingredients and bring to a boil. Cover ... from top of jar. Seal and process 10 minutes in hot water bath. Enough solution for 2 pints.
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