I’m not a big cocktail fan, but I told my husband that I was craving a bloody mary just so I could use some of the leftover marinade. These look so good! I did make one substitution, however. Grilled chicken. We didn’t try canning them but I see no reason why that wouldn’t work. Originally published October 2, 2012.–Debbie Lee, Special Equipment: 1-quart glass jar or several smaller jars. let us know how it goes…i think you’re going to really fall for these pickles. Combine the soy sauce, white vinegar, soju and white sugar into a saucepan and stir until the sugar dissolves. Then…on another batch, I am going to use my wonderful Chinkiang Vinegar! The jars were polished off in 1 night. I am curious as to whether this recipe could be canned using a hot water bath? I wish we had a symbol for a virtual high five, because that’s what I wanted to do when I read your comment, Jim C. That’s been exactly our experience with the pickled peppers. With three growing boys, a ranch plus another side business, I really didn’t have time for the barbecue sauce business. An absolute must have all through the year. I couldn’t wait to try them so I opened the jar after a couple of days. cheriede, that’s wonderful to hear. Love to hear what you think of the skinnified version! Heat the saucepan on high heat until the mixture starts to boil Place the jalapeños rings in a jar. Also great on a chili dog or a burger, in a chopped salad, in guacamole, man, they were everywhere, and I don’t see why these wouldn’t work just as well. This has become a family favorite. I prefer Mirin to regular soy sauce. Now anxiously waiting to try them! My husband is an amateur chef, and he said they made the best nachos he ever had. I was very careful with my measurements. A snap to make, and they make a spicy addition to fresh tacos, eggs, curries or any stir fry. Will need to make another batch and try them with other foods. The soy and vinegar and sugar give the pickles a perfect tang. I can’t decide if I’m more excited about this Jalapeño Barbecue Sauce or the Jalapeño Barbecue Bacon that we made BLT’s with. (I couldn’t resist.). Loosely pack your mason jars with the radish slices, jalapeno slices, and diced onions. Completely understand on the lack of fridge space. Add ketchup, brown sugar, molasses, Worcestershire sauce, liquid smoke, jalapeños, garlic, salt and pepper to a saucepan. That said, folks love these pickled jalapeno peppers. These pickled jalapeno peppers is a versatile topper for any kind of food. As a happy result, we’ve been rather promiscuously strewing them over everything. Silke, thanks for keeping my casserole aversion in mind! One of our super-testers! I was wondering is there a reason why this recipe could not be canned in the water bath method. I was wondering if anyone could give any input as to how they could possibly be preserved longer than just two weeks? Place in an airtight container and store in refrigerator until ready to use. The idea of using something like Sprite or ginger ale makes me cringe—waaaaaaay too much sugar and a weird chemically aftertaste for me. I LOVED these peppers. Thanks so much for letting us know. Penny, I was JUST chatting with another lady of Leite’s, Julie Dreyfoos, about whether or not these pickles were, indeed, Gangnam style! Thank you for the wonderful recipe!! Then the pickles can sit at room temp during the ‘pickling time. Food for thought. Join our mailing list and never miss a recipe! They’re delicious on their own, but I found they’re also great with potatoes, eggs, vegetable spring rolls, and enchiladas. Many thanks, Louella. Thanks! The vinegar, citrus, salt, and sugar in this recipe is sufficient for water bath canning. Anna – your 2-year-old tried Sriracha? I was so ready to love these, but the spice level, as I mentioned earlier, is almost a bit too much for me to use them on everything I wanted. Nice, Silke. Success! We’re so glad this has become a staple in your home and we so appreciate you taking the time to let us know. Atom, since these aren’t hot water processed but instead just slid in the fridge, 2 to 3 weeks would be our safe recommendation. It may be too late for you, but I’ve heard other folks say fake sugars really don’t work well in pickling recipes. Lovely to hear this, Diane! Adapted from Debbie Lee | Seoultown Kitchen | Kyle Books, 2011, What we’d give to have a peck of these pickled jalapeno peppers on hand at all times. Thank you for sharing the recipe! Although I would not call jalapeno’s my favorite condiment, these little pickles are a nice addition to a variety of dishes and take really no time to make. I’ve had these in the refrigerator for probably 3 to 4 weeks and the quart I made is almost gone. I’m not familiar with pickling or the methodology involved, so any suggestions would be appreciated! Exactly as written, sans seeds. Smart idea! We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. If you did not eat these without that addition, you would probably never know the difference, but I think the soda adds something to pickling liquid. If you prefer a less-than-incredibly-spicy pickle, scrape out and discard the seeds. Request denied for photo or video…Horsie dance aside you can read about the Gangnam style and what it means here: http://www.suntimes.com/news/world/15243653-418/story.html. Can’t wait to hear…. We’ll be waiting to hear…can’t stand the suspense! Now, if you want to make more liquid, I would Make the recipe as is, and fill up the rest of the jar. I will make more soon! Okra? We’ve had them on breakfast burritos and nachos. Yum yum. I think anyone with a beginner’s interest in pickling would find this to be interesting and fun to try. Machaca. For Appetizers we have Barbecue Bacon Wrapped Tater Tots, Jalapeño Poppers with Brisket and  Bacon, & Brisket Nachos. I am going to try making them. I really enjoyed the flavor of the soy sauce and the mellower rice vinegar instead of regular white vinegar. Email the grocery list for this recipe to: Slice the jalapeños crosswise into thin rings about an 1/8-inch thick using a sharp knife or a handheld slicer. I have put them in several recipes and have not been disappointed. Just stick a few slices—whether circles or long slender lengths—in the brine and refrigerate for a day or two? All Rights Reserved. Pour the warm soy mixture over the jalapeños. Tangy, salty, little nuggets with a little heat, but not too much to keep you from eating more and more. You are going to love the versatility of this homemade barbecue sauce and just how easy it comes together. I consider myself able to handle a lot of spice, but these were nearly at my limit, and way beyond the limit of others who tried them. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you stay awhile, you are bound to find some delicious food! Be the first on your block to be in the know. We'd love to see your creations on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. One week later, they are very, very good and my husband is putting them on just about everything, from dogs, to sandwiches and more. I already had an 8-ounce unopened jar of sliced pickled jalapenos from the store (pickled in the standard vinegar and salt). So I sold my sauce business. '” I also checked on the Clemson University Extension Service site and they recommend processing in a hot water bath for 10 minutes. The pickle tasted great Try this, you’ll love it especially if you live in chili country! For a thick and hearty sauce, our Homemade Barbecue Sauce is a winner. Filed Under: Condiments Tagged With: barbecue sauce, jalapeño, Your email address will not be published. I’m really curious to try this with veggies now…! And I’m going to make enough to give some away when we go visit family at the holidays. I’ve been making refrigerator pickles and now have an incredible harvest of Biker Billy jalapenos. Great article Penny, thanks for sharing this with us. Or of course you could probably reuse it on more carrots. They smell wonderful!! As for what, if anything, the soda contributes, I’m going to do a little research and I’ll be back with you if I can find anything interesting. Hah! Anyone? So happy you liked them. Stay tuned for more swell gift inspirations, coming just after Thanksgiving…. This sauce is thick and delicious and just perfect for any barbecue dinner! I processed most of the batch because I had no idea they would be soooo delicious. Snuck some lemongrass in with the marinade after scoring a bunch of it for $1 at the farmers market. If I do that, do I add more garlic or just the soy sauce, sugar, vinegar, lime/lemon juices, soda, sugar? Unless otherwise noted, Copyright © Miss in the Kitchen.


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