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How To Pickle Banana Peppers

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How to Pickle Banana Peppers


Are you looking for a perfect way to store the taste of banana peppers? Then, you just stumble on the correct page. Read this blog to learn how to pickle banana peppers and store these banana peppers for a longer period of time. Pickling the banana peppers help in preserving the color, texture and taste of these peppers. And it is several times better than just storing them in the freezer.


How to Pickle Banana Peppers


1. The most important thing while making banana pepper pickle is to select the best possible bunch of banana peppers.  The ripest bananas peppers are considered to be the best options for making pickle.


2. After selecting the best banana peppers, its time wash them properly. Remove all the pesticides, dirt and debris to clean the surface of banana peppers properly.


3. Once the banana peppers are properly washed, chop them into equal sizes of about one inch wide. You can also discard all the seeds from the peppers. 


4. After cutting the peppers, you have to blanch them in boiling water. Place the chopped peppers in a pot and add water. Bring it to boil for about 3 minutes. Drain the water and place them on the stove again to boil in fresh water.


5. After about 5 minutes of blanching, add the banana pepper in a canning jar leaving about 1 inch space on the top. Then, add 2 cups vinegar and 2 tablespoon of salt in the jar.


6. Place the jar with blanched banana pepper, vinegar and salt under direct sunlight for 2 to 3 days and your mouth watering pickled banana pepper is ready. 


So, here is the quick and easy way of storing the taste of your favorite banana peppers. Now that you know how to pickle banana peppers, share this idea with all your friends. 


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Do I need a pressure canner? I saw recipes requiring them. I would rather not use on, for I would have to buy it.