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Slice these and mix with cured meats for a fresher take on antipasto salad.
- 2 cups unseasoned rice vinegar
- 3 tablespoons kosher salt
- 4 jalapeños, sliced into rings
Whisk vinegar, sugar, salt, and 1½ cups water in a large glass jar until sugar dissolves. Prick Hungarian wax peppers and Italian frying peppers all over with a cake tester or the point of a sharp paring knife (this helps the brine penetrate the chiles faster). Add both peppers and jalapeños to jar and chill at least 12 hours before using.
Do Ahead: Chiles can be pickled 2 weeks ahead. Keep chilled.
Nutritional ContentFor 64 servings (1 Tbsp. each): Calories (kcal) 15 Fat (g) 0 Saturated Fat (g) 0 Cholesterol (mg) 0 Carbohydrates (g) 3 Dietary Fiber (g) 0 Total Sugars (g) 2 Protein (g) 0 Sodium (mg) 25Reviews Section
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I don’t know about you but pickled jalapeños are one of my all time favorite things in the world. I used to buy them from the store all the time until I realized how easy it is to make them at home. I’m so excited to share this recipe with you today so you can make these super easy pickled jalapeños from scratch!
They are full of spicy & sweet flavor and can be added to tons of food like burgers, tacos, pulled pork, salads, eggs, grain bowls, nachos, Mexican cuisine, sandwiches, in cocktails, and even pizzas! Try adding these peppers to anything you’re making that could use a sweet, tangy pop of spice!
With just a few ingredients you can have your very own spicy pickled jalapeños anytime you want. This refrigerator pickling recipe works well with any other type of peppers or even sliced cucumbers so you can make your own pickles!
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How do I prepare jalapeños peppers?
Start making this fantastic pickled jalapeños recipe by combining vinegar, sugar, mustard seed and celery seed to a rolling boil. Wear disposable gloves to protect your hands from the spicy peppers if your skin is sensitive. Trust me you don’t want to rub or touch your face during this task (ask me how I know this haha)
Fill each jar ¾ full of sliced jalapeño peppers. Pour the vinegar brine over peppers to within 1/2″ of the top. Wipe off the rim and put lid and ring on. Label jars with the date so you know exactly how long they have been in the refrigerator. Store in the fridge for at least 24 hours before eating (but let’s be honest sometimes I can’t wait and sneak a few after a couple of hours!)
How long are pickled jalapeños good for?
These jalapeño peppers can last about 1 year in the refrigerator. Make sure you refrigerate these jalapeños and do not leave them on the shelf!
These have not been water bath processed and must be refrigerated to maintain food safety!
However, the best texture, in my opinion, is to eat them within 2 months. Because of the high quantity of vinegar in this recipe, it is considered to be very safe but as always the best way is to smell and look at the pickled peppers: if the pickled peppers develop an off odor, flavor or appearance, or if mold appears, they should immediately be discarded.
If you would like to make canned jalapeño peppers we recommend using recipes from the National Center for Home Food Preservation. This allows you to have the most up to date research on proper ratios for shelf stable canning. Check out their shelf stable canned jalapeno pepper recipe!
It is always best to check any recipe against their guidelines if you plan to leave it on the shelf as the ratios do occasionally change!
What do you do with pickled jalapeños?
You can use pickled jalapeños recipe to bring the heat to any bland meal! The most common uses are in sandwiches, nachos, green salad, Mexican cuisine, burgers, tacos, pulled pork, eggs, grain bowls, on pizza or in your favorite cocktails. These peppers also taste amazing with a grilled cheese sandwich, tacos or pulled pork sandwiches!
Does pickling jalapeños make them hotter?
Pickling fresh jalapeños will reduce the amount of spiciness slightly. Tossing in sliced carrots or bell peppers are a good way to reduce the spiciness level. You can also control the heat level by adding 1-2 tablespoons more or less sugar. Making the peppers spicy but not too spicy is heavenly and gives them a nice tangy sweet crisp flavor. Also, the spicy heat of the peppers should mellow out the longer they are in your refrigerator.
How to make Keto Pickled Jalapeños
With this method I have included a method that includes blistering the skin of the jalapeños first.
Place all the jalapeños in a large wide saucepan (or work in batches) to blister the skin of the chillies.
Add remainder of ingredients and cook until soft.
Cool and slice. Store in a sterilised airtight jar in the fridge.
Alternatively, the keto pickled jalapeños can be sliced before cooking.
Place all sliced jalapeños into the mixer and cook 20 minutes/98℃/reverse/stir. Increase cooking time if needed.
- 2 pounds fresh jalapeno peppers
- ½ cup thinly sliced white onion
- 1 large carrot, peeled and thinly sliced
- 2 cups distilled white vinegar (5% acidity)
- 2 cups water
- 4 teaspoons pickling salt
- 2 teaspoons white sugar
- 4 cloves garlic, crushed
- 2 teaspoons dried oregano
- 4 bay leaves
- 2 teaspoons black peppercorns, crushed
- 2 teaspoons cumin seeds
- 1/2 teaspoon calcium chloride (such as Pickle Crisp®)
Remove the stems from jalapenos and slice into 1/4-inch thick slices. Remove some or all of the seeds, as desired, by rinsing jalapenos several times in a bowl with cold water and swirling until the seeds break off.
Inspect four 8-ounce jars for cracks and rings for rust, discarding any defective ones. Immerse in simmering water until jalapenos are ready. Wash new, unused lids and rings in warm soapy water.
Toss jalapenos, onion, and carrots together in a bowl.
Combine vinegar, water, pickling salt, and sugar in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Stir until sugar has dissolved.
Place 1 garlic clove, 1/2 teaspoon oregano, 1 bay leaf, 1/2 teaspoon crushed peppercorns, and 1/2 teaspoon cumin seeds in each jar. Distribute jalapeno mixture among the jars, packing jars tightly without crushing the vegetables.
Pour boiling pickling liquid over the vegetables, leaving 1/2 inch headspace. Remove any air bubbles and add 1/8 teaspoon calcium chloride to each jar.
Wipe jar rims clean and place lids on jars. Put on bands and close tightly.
Process jars in a boiling water bath for 10 minutes. Turn off the heat and remove the lid of the canning pot. Let the jars sit in the hot liquid for 5 minutes, then remove and let them cool for 24 hours. Wait at least 2 days before serving, or up to 1 to 2 weeks.
I make pickled jalapenos in small batches so never have the need to can them. I prefer crunchy jalapeno slices and find that they lose their crispiness with canned.
If you are canning jalapenos for long-term storage, you will want to remove the seeds and ribs. This is because I&rsquove found that they lose their crispness when canned and I prefer a crunchy pepper.
Make sure you pick up some pickle crisp to help maintain pickle crispiness (an aptly named product for sure!)
Quick Pickled Red Onions & Jalapenos
Quick Pickled Red Onions + Jalapeños are an easy way to liven up any sandwich, roast or casserole. Keep a jar in the fridge for whenever you want to add a spicy, bright flavor to whatever you’re eating!
I’ve always been interested in the idea of pickling something at home. It sounds pretty complicated, doesn’t it? Like you’ll need to relearn chemistry or something to make it happen. Cause who remembers chemistry, right? Tell me I’m not alone in that… Anyone?
It turns out that pickling could not be easier! At least this version of pickling known as quick pickling. You just throw a bunch of stuff in a jar and let it sit there. Voila! Quick Pickled what have you.
I wanted to make pickled onions and jalapeños to put on a pulled pork sandwich instead of coleslaw for something a little different. I used a really simple pickling liquid of water, apple cider vinegar, salt and sugar for this, and they were sooo good! I know everyone thinks of jalapeños as just being hot, but they have a great flavor of their own entirely separate from the hot aspect. Even if you don’t like hot stuff, I think you might like pickled jalapeños.
WARNING! Apparently I got a really spicy crop of jalapeños, so be really careful. I took out most of the seeds and most of the membranes (wear gloves to do this!) and they were still so spicy that when I spilled the pickling liquid onto my thumb accidentally, it hurt like I had been burned by fire! I’ve pickled these exact veggies before and they were not nearly that spicy, so I think it just depends on the jalapeños you get.
Next, I’ll be adding some pickling spices and carrots to make those yummy pickled carrots, onions and jalapeños you can get in those divey Mexican restaurants. Those are the best! I better get a bigger jar…
The red onions turn a lovely light purple/pink color and the jalapeños still retain some of the crunch, but they are also soft and easy to eat. These would be good on any sandwich, in a tuna salad, or on their own!
You can pickle pretty much anything you could imagine. Here are some other pickling recipes you could try:
Pickled Ginger from The Kitchn
Spicy Pickled Pineapple from Running to the Kitchen
Dill Pickled Carrots from Crave the Good
Garlicky Pickled Asparagus from Minnesota From Scratch
Giardiniera (Italian Pickled Vegetables) from Curious Cuisiniere
Vanessa at The Cheerful Kitchen
Quick Pickled Red Onions + Jalapeños are an easy way to liven up whatever you're eating! Spicy, bright and great for sandwiches.
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Jalapeno Pickled Eggs Recipe
- 1 glass quart jar with lid and jar ring (buy online here: https://amzn.to/2QUPrSk)
- 11 hard boiled eggs (shelled)
- 2 teaspoons pickling spice
- 5 tablespoons sliced, jarred jalapenos with juice
- 1 1/4 cups white distilled vinegar
- pinch of salt
Gently put all ingredients into the jar, then close the jar tight. Refrigerate immediately. That’s it. :)
You’ll want to wait at least a week before eating the pickled jalapeno eggs. They’re safe to eat prior to one week, but they won’t be totally pickled yet, so the flavor won’t have completely penetrated the eggs.
Here’s what you’ll need
This pickled jalapeños recipe only requires five main ingredients. As for the seasonings, there are a handful of options that you can choose from to personalize the flavor of your peppers! Feel free to mix and match or make two separate batches for extra variety.
- Hot Water: Hot water will be used as the main component of the pickling base. Using hot water ensures the sugar and salt will dissolve quickly.
- Sugar: As with most pickled foods, we need a dash of sugar for flavoring.
- Non-Iodized Salt: Be sure to use non-iodized salt, as iodized salt can cause discoloring in pickle recipes.
- White Vinegar: We will be using white vinegar to pickle these peppers, though white wine vinegar would also work well.
- Jalapeños: To make a good amount of jalapeño slices, you’ll need about 10-15 peppers.
- Optional Flavorings: There are a number of optional flavorings that you can use to add tweak this recipe to your taste, including garlic, bay leaf, cumin, and oregano.
Sweet and Spicy
Since I don't use sugar very much, I decided to make these sugar free by using erythritol. You would never know by tasting these that they are sugar free. They are sweet and spicy.
Don't let the weird name fool you, erythritol is all natural. It occurs naturally in some fruit and fermented foods. It is low carb and has zero calories.
I used serrano peppers, but you could use a less spicy pepper like jalapeño if you prefer. About a month after making these, I was gifted with some habanero peppers, which are even spicier than serrano peppers. I pickled them as well, since there were so many of them.
Even though I like spicy foods, the habaneros were way too hot for me. So that they don't go to waste, I like to put them in my drinking water. It soothes my sore throat that I have had since allergy season started.
Quick pickled peppers make a great addition to tacos, which I used them in. I will be posting that recipe in the next week or two. They also work well in sandwiches like a Vegan Bánh Mì Hot Dog, or topped on a Loaded Sweet Potato, or Loaded Vegan Nachos.