I have searched the internet on how to pickle banana peppers and finally found something that seemed easy enough and did not require a canner. It came from a discussion forum at http://www.discusscooking.com/. Someone posted their recipe ‘Connie’s Pickled Banana Peppers’…so, thanks Connie! I will not know if they actually turned out for 2 weeks,Continue Reading

I have searched the internet on how to pickle banana peppers and finally found something that seemed easy enough and did not require a canner. It came from a discussion forum at http://www.discusscooking.com/. Someone posted their recipe ‘Connie’s Pickled Banana Peppers’…so, thanks Connie! I will not know if they actually turned out for 2 weeks,Continue Reading

Easy pickled banana peppers. A great topping for subs, sandwiches, and all manner of food.

Easy pickled banana peppers. A great topping for subs, sandwiches, and all manner of food.

banana pepper in jar like subway!  In Sept 2015, I cut this recipe in half and added 1/4 tsp of alum (to crisp up the peppers) to each jar. I think it made 1 and 1/2 pints. YUM!

banana pepper in jar like subway! In Sept 2015, I cut this recipe in half and added 1/4 tsp of alum (to crisp up the peppers) to each jar. I think it made 1 and 1/2 pints. YUM!

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Perfect for sandwiches and salads… You love them on your deli sandwiches, so why not have them ready and waiting at home? Pickling banana peppers (for current use, not canning), is easy to do and surprisingly quick. Though, the longer you let them sit in the brine, the tangier – and tastier – they will …

Perfect for sandwiches and salads… You love them on your deli sandwiches, so why not have them ready and waiting at home? Pickling banana peppers (for current use, not canning), is easy to do and surprisingly quick. Though, the longer you let them sit in the brine, the tangier – and tastier – they will …

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