Home-style Pickled Jalapeños
What a contrast the 2020/21 summer season has been, last summer we were in the middle drought and Australia’s worst bush fires in decades, this year it’s been the opposite, very mild, humid and lots of rainfall. Perfect for the veggie patch, so much so that we have a plethora of vegetables, fruit and herbs, thus lots of preserving each week., especially the hot stuff like kimchi and pickled jalapeños.
Jalapeños. or Capsicum Annum are a mild to hot chilli that thrive in warm humid conditions, each small bush can produce up to a few kilograms of fruit over a few months, plenty enough to pickle! Growing and pickling jalapeños is easy, plants grow quickly from seed and begin fruiting within about 10 weeks under good conditions, add home grown garlic with vinegar, sugar and water to begin pickling. Online resources like SBS Food has plenty of recipes online.
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