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Old 10-29-2005, 12:29 PM   #1
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3 Racks of peppers going.

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Finally had a decent weekend so I'm smoking 3 racks of peppers here are some pics:

habaneros and ajis:

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Cherry peppers and tomatillos:

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Chipotles and Gueros:

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Old 10-29-2005, 12:38 PM   #2
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What you plan on making with all the peppers?
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What you plan on making with all the peppers?
No specific plans really. Once they're dried they keep for a long time. The bulk of them get ground up and used as seasoning. THey make a nice addition to soups, chiles, stews, salsas, BBQ sauces etc.



With the chipotles I make a pepper sauce: vinegar, onion, garlic water, ketchup then let them simmer for 2 hours. puree them in a blender and strain out the seeds.

No reason I couldn't do this with the habaneros, the ajis, or the gueros.

I also mix the smoked gueros with fresh ones when I'm making mole.

The italian peppers I take whole slices and put them on grilled chicken sadwiches.


The tomatillos are an experiment just to see how they'd come out. roasted the skin off two and left two with the skin on. No idea what they'll be like.
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Well, let's hear the results. This is very interesting!
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What's with the dollar bill? :-k :-k :-k
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I was thinking it was for size reference.......
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I was thinking it was for size reference.......
Can't be. That's what beer bottles/cans are for.
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Can't be. That's what beer bottles/cans are for.
You're both right. But the only bottle I had was scotch.
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Yep... I'll post up later this PM. Overall I'm pretty pleased with the cook. Given the use of the guru it really couldn't have gone much easier.

The tomatillos did not work out at all. In fact they shrivelled down to nothing. The cherry peppers could have used about 3 hours less but I didn't feel like getting up to take them off at 3AM.

The rest of them, the ajis, guerros, habaneros and chipotles came out great and that's what I was mainly after. kept the pit going and decided to put on an impromptu brisket.
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I love peppers but I don't know one from another after I get past bell and jalapeno. I could use a chart that rates the heat and describes taste of peppers. Ever see one?
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