How to Pickle Tabasco Peppers With Vinegar & Salt

By LeafTV Editor

If you have a love of Tabasco peppers, pickling and canning your own peppers may be an option. Doing your own pickling is a cost-effective way to store and preserve peppers. There are several methods of pickling peppers, but the method listed below will work with any type of hot pepper. With just a handful of ingredients and a few minutes of your time, you will have peppers on hand to use whenever they are needed.

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How To Pickle Tabasco Peppers With Vinegar Salt

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Put the baby carrots chopped white onions and garlic cloves into a large stock pot, and add enough white vinegar to cover them.

Boil the carrots, onions and garlic in the vinegar for about 10 minutes.

Use a pair of tongs to remove and discard the garlic cloves.

Use a paring knife to cut and core the Tabasco peppers. Place the peppers into a large glass jar.

Add the remaining ingredients to the stock pot and simmer for 10 minutes.

Pour the mixture into a large glass jar and cover with a lid.

Let the mixture cool for about one hour before refrigerating.

Tips

  • To add additional color to the jar, add a large handful of jalapeno peppers to the recipe.

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