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Make your very own pickled jalapenos. So easy, so spicy, you won’t know what hit you!
Trim the stems off of all the jalapenos and discard. Slice the jalapenos into rings and set aside.
In a medium sauce pan combine the garlic, water, vinegar, sugar and salt.
Heat to a boil, stirring to dissolve the sugar and salt. Once at a boil; add the sliced jalapenos pressing them so they are submerged under the pickling liquids. Remove the pot off of the heat and let them sit for 10-15 minutes.
Use tongs to transfer the jalapenos into a clean jar. Ladle the pickling juices over top until you’ve reached the top of the jar. Let cool at room temperature before securing a lid and popping them into the fridge.
Because these are not canned jalapenos, I would personally treat these as I would any opened jar of jalapenos. They should last a long while if kept refrigerated in the airtight jar.
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