Pickled Peppers

The 2015 Richmond, VA Jaloro pepper harvest was almost too good. After living in the shortened growing season of Minneapolis, MN I was not quite ready for the yield with all those growing days.


The Jaloro, a yellow jalapeño pepper which eventually turns red, was developed at the Texas A&M experiment station and produces an abundance of peppers.


Because of the abundant yield, I decided to make refrigerator pickled peppers. I was trying to mimic the kick of Supertonic from Fierce Ferments, so I combined sliced peppers and sliced ginger with unfiltered apple cider vinegar and placed the mixture in the refrigerator. I also tried adding chopped green tomatoes and onion to the blend.

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