We chop them up, and freeze them in ziploc bags.SweetSarah said:I'm in a bit of a pickle here. I've got tons of banana peppers coming up but no idea what to do with them. :shrug: I need a good, simple pickling recipe and any other ideas you may have for using them.
Some banana peppers seem to be hotter than others. If they aren't too hot, we tend to use them a lot like bell pepper.SweetSarah said:Sounds yummy, frogmammy!
Jolly and James Dilley, what do I do with them after I freeze or dry them? I seriously have no clue what to even put them in. Could I use them in the smae places I'd use a bell pepper?
tammy from wv said:Hi, guys. I sure am glad that this question was asked. Someone recently told me that they had eaten hot peppers that had been stuffed with either sausage or hamburger and canned. Anybody ever heard of this? I have looked and looked on the internet and not been able to find a thing. I thought about frying up the burger or sausage and stuffing the peppers and canning them like you do with the tomato sauce. Does anybody have a recipe for stuffed peppers like this or something similar that they might be willing to share?