Brine Peppers

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Ingredients:

  1. several pounds of peppers. I prefer Sweet Banana Peppers, but I will mix in some others also
  2. 3 cups of salt
  3. 2 gallons of water
  4. 1 cup vinegar
  5. 1 clove of Garlic
  6. 1 grape leaf
  7. 1 bunch of Dill

Directions and notes:

I usually plant a lot of pepper plants of different varieties, but your local farmers market should be a great supply for peppers.

Thoroughly was the peppers and make a small slit in each one in 2 places. Put the peppers in a brine made of 1 gallon of water to 2 cups salt. Weight the peppers down to hold them under the brine for 24 hours. On the following day drain the peppers well and pack them into sterilized jars.

Make a pickling solution of 1 gallon water, 1 cup salt, 1 cup vinegar, 1 clove of Garlic, 1 grape leaf, and 1 bunch of dill. Bring the solution to the boiling point and pour over the peppers in the jars. filling and sealing 1 jar at a time with the boiling solution.

I first heard of this from my friend, Searcy, and he says it is really good. The recipe is courtesy of "The Pepper Gal" who can supply seeds and supplies.

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