Makes about 7 to 8 pints
Leave peppers whole or slice into rings. If slicing into rings, remove stem and discard, then slice. Make sure to wear rubber gloves to prevent hands from burning from the hot peppers!
I found that repeated rinsing of the pepper rings will remove most of the seeds. But leave them in if you like the peppers hotter.
|Repeated rinsing will remove most of the seeds|
|Add celery seed|
|Add pickle crisp|
If you need more vinegar mixture, mix another full batch or mix 3 cups of vinegar with 1 cup of water and boil with garlic. Do not decrease or change the vinegar to water proportions.
|Ladle hot vinegar mixture over peppers|
|Add two piece lid|
|Place jars in water bath canner|
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- Use a combination of hot peppers and mix together in each jar.
- Dice jalapeno peppers before canning
- Peppers are adaptable to many forms of preservation; canning, freezing and even drying.