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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby GM54-120 » Mon Aug 29, 2016 1:33 pm

Five pepper nachos with bacon. Red Serrano, green lemon drops, NuMex BigJim, ripe super chile and a jalapeno for flavor :D

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Do they make a special Toilet Paper for PEPPER ASS. :poke: :lol: :lol:
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sqezer wrote:Do they make a special Toilet Paper for PEPPER ASS. :poke: :lol: :lol:


Yes kinda, its called a bidet. Unfortunately i dont have one so i use baby wipes. :D
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:lol: Why did I even ask????????? :prayer: :prayer: You got me. :yeah: :applause:
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Postby GM54-120 » Tue Aug 30, 2016 12:38 pm

It wasnt bad this morning. Ive had far worse. :D

Red Serranos are milder than when green and sweet too. The BigJim is about the same as a lower end jalapeno. The few Early jalapenos ive gotten have been really hot for jalapenos. The green lemon drop is just a tad hotter than my green serranos. The super chile though has got some zip to it. I only used 2 and they are tiny.

I picked a huge green serrano this morning for some queso and chips.

Tomorrow or the next day im going to start my red serrano hot sauce. Not sure what im going to do now since the red serrano i tried was milder than expected. I saved a big red Cowhorn pepper which should have some zip but im not sure its enough for the amount of serranos i have. I may have to add a couple super chiles to it too.

I wont know for sure until the mash has cooked for a little bit and i can taste it. Im not going to chance fermenting this one. Red serranos are too hard to find around here.
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If you pm me your address I have a refrigerator recipe I'll send you. I lost your address.
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Postby GM54-120 » Sat Sep 03, 2016 10:59 am

These are just crazy good eating if you dont mind hotter than a serrano but way less than a habanero. They really do have a lemon flavor. At first bite you get a sweet flavor with some citrus then BAM a burst of heat. After a few seconds nearly all the heat is gone and you just feel warm. If you de-seed them the heat goes way down but still hot.

My 2 plants are just loaded with pods. They do ripen late though. About the time that nights begin to get cooler. I was getting about 4 per day 3 weeks ago, then 8 and this morning i got 18. Lastnite got into the upper 60s.
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Postby sqezer » Sun Sep 04, 2016 8:28 am

I might have to try finding them for in my salsa.
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Postby GM54-120 » Sun Sep 04, 2016 1:07 pm

Lemon Drops are basically impossible to find in stores or specialty markets. Ive found a couple other Aji peppers (baccatums) such as Amarillo in paste form and pickled Limo but fresh.....Good Luck. Both the Amarillo and Limo are hotter but not by a ton.

After i get enough for my hot sauce i might have a few i can spare. Ive almost got a pound now and maybe another 2lbs on the plants.

These would be crazy good added to a mild mango salsa. Costco sells one im going to try with some added peppers. Its was great on fish tacos but needs a little heat.

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Postby GM54-120 » Tue Sep 06, 2016 5:17 pm

Winner winner chicken dinner. This is gunna be the bomb on hot wings.
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Postby GM54-120 » Fri Sep 09, 2016 3:57 pm

The Mexican pulled pork i made lastnite turned into awesome quesadillas. Topped with sour cream and my Fresno hot sauce.
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Postby sqezer » Fri Sep 09, 2016 7:23 pm

Looks good enough to eat.
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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby GM54-120 » Thu Sep 15, 2016 9:49 am

Just a heads up. If you like milder green chiles. Many markets should now have fresh Hatch Chiles from New Mexico. Shnucks had them yesterday and they basically had no heat but super tasty. These are great with onions and potatoes instead of using bell peppers.

Fresh ones wont last long so don't delay.
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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby GM54-120 » Sun Sep 18, 2016 1:15 pm

Peppers ive been saving and freezing for sauces.
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If you like beans you must try the Asian long beans. I get a handful like this everyday.
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WTH am i going to do with all these habs. My colon cant handle this!!!! Im glad this plant is about done for the year.
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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby SteveH » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:00 am

WTH am i going to do with all these habs. My colon cant handle this!!!! Im glad this plant is about done for the year.
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I just keep making more hot sauce. There are a few hab/carrot recipes that I use. Pick up those dollar condiment bottles at Wally World. I just give it away to those friends that like the heat.
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Postby GM54-120 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 8:02 am

I made a small batch yesterday. Making it into sauce is a little bit of a problem though. The fumes are brutal unless you make smaller amounts at a time. I sneeze like mad even making small amounts.

Online you can get glass woozie bottles really cheap but the shipping is a killer. The shipping costs more than the bottles so ive been looking for a local company.

Yesterdays batch was
6 habs
6 Lombardo pepperoncinis that turned red
2 cherry tomatoes
1/2 tbs ketchup
2 tbs Korean pepper flakes
3 garlic cloves
1 tsp onion powder
2 tbs white balsamic vinegar 6%
1 tbs double strength rice vinegar 8%
Juice from half of a lemon.
Pinch of salt
Pinch of Mexican oregano
Pinch of cumin

Blending it today and making adjustments as needed.

Edit: Too mild since i seeded the habs. Added 6 lemon drops just chopped.....Nice burn but not over the top.
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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby SteveH » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:28 pm

My go-to recipe:

Habanero Hot Sauce with Carrots

Ingredients
24 habanero peppers (finely chopped)
1 cup chopped carrots
1 cup chopped onion
4 cloves garlic (minced)
1 cup vinegar
1/2 cup orange juice
1/4-1/2 cup fresh lime juice
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
Salt and pepper to taste
Sugar to taste

Directions:
Put a fan on your kitchen window or be prepared to leave the house for fresh air often.
Heat vegetable oil in a skillet over medium heat.
Sauté the onion and garlic and 1/2 of the habaneros.
Add the chopped carrots and toss the mixture. Sauté till they turn very soft. Add water to keep the whole thing moist and simmer until the carrots are cooked well. Transfer the mixture into a blender and add rest of habanero; blend this mixture until very smooth, at least 3 minutes.
Then, combine the puree, lime juice, vinegar and a pinch of salt and simmer for approximately 5 minutes.

The above is very rough, I play with it depending on what I have on hand, sometimes I use pineapple juice, sometimes other peppers get added. The heat will always be a little different.



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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby GM54-120 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 10:35 pm

Im going to try using a smaller pot inside of my 10 quart pressure cooker. That should cut way back on fumes and soften everything very fast too.
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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby bendback » Fri Sep 23, 2016 4:03 am

GM54-120 wrote:Five pepper nachos with bacon. Red Serrano, green lemon drops, NuMex BigJim, ripe super chile and a jalapeno for flavor :D

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Man does that look good!!

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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby GM54-120 » Fri Sep 23, 2016 11:14 am

SteveH wrote:My go-to recipe:

Habanero Hot Sauce with Carrots

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Beautiful color and i have a plenty of swing top bottles. Mine are all liters or 750s so im not fond of giving them away. They have a habit of not coming back. I found some smaller ones locally i might buy. They are much cheaper.

On a side note, the local market had some Aji Amarillo peppers. They are similar to my lemon drops. A bit larger, orange and a tiny bit hotter. They are still a member of the baccatum pepper family though.

I will be using 50/50 amarillo/lemon drop, fresh lemon juice, cane vinegar, a small shallot and a couple cloves of garlic. Salt and sugar to taste.
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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby GM54-120 » Fri Sep 30, 2016 4:14 pm

Home made salsa verde with jalapeno, serrano, cowhorn and roasted Hatch chiles. This is really similar to the green salsa at the more traditional Mexican restaurants near me. They use just jalapeno and serrano mostly as far as i can tell.

Mine has a tad more heat. :D
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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby GM54-120 » Mon Oct 10, 2016 3:02 pm

Green hab sauce with a few orange habs thrown in. Touch of lime, cilantro with cane and cider vinegar.

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Re: Can you feel the burn?

Postby SteveH » Tue Oct 11, 2016 9:09 am

Question: My habanero plant is getting a second crop of peppers, but I doubt they will get to orange before the cold really sets in here in Northern VA, meaning I will be stuck with a bunch of green, not-quite-ripe peppers. Ever tried using greenies-that-should-be-orange in a hot sauce or something?
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