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Sweet, tangy, spicy, salty, sour — pickles are bite-sized powerhouses of flavor. Since this recipe calls for a quick pickling process (no need to sanitize the jar) the rings of banana peppers stay nice and crunchy. But beware that banana peppers, like many other chile varieties, run the gamut from mild to hot. Its a good idea to taste one before you start cooking and adjust the amount of sugar in your brine accordingly.  Click here to see more pickling recipes and tips. 
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It’s officially football season, which mean we get to enjoy one of our favorite pastimes: tailgating. All season long, The Daily Meal will be speaking with chef supporters from Taste of the NFL about their favorite game day nosh, recipes, and tips. First up is chef Troy Guard, hailing from Denver, Colorado. In addition to being both a Denver Broncos and a Dallas Cowboys fan, Troy is the chef/owner of TAG Restaurant Group, which includes TAG Restaurant, Los Chingones, Sugarmill, Bubu, TAG Burger Bar, and Guard and Grace. When it comes to his favorite tailgating dish, Troy doesn’t believe you always have to break out the grill; he’s a sandwich guy. “There’s something about eating with your hands when watching football. It’s the way you would enjoy it in the stadium. I love the combination of ingredients on this sandwich, and it stays good from 1st to 4th quarter.” Here is Troy’s delicious recipe for a turkey club sandwich that you to tackle at home.
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If you’ve done pulled pork and chili too much this past season, this chicken burger recipe is great to serve for the playoffs. Towering high with pickles, banana peppers, and a spicy Jamaican sauce, these will put beef burgers to shame. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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vickycummins
A tasty make ahead dish , perfect appetizer for company.
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Recipe Circus
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mandabears
I have not made this yet, but will. I am posting the recipe so I won't lose it. It sounds really delicious and not too hard to make. According to the recipe poster she freezes it in small containers and mixes it with a small amount of mayonnaise. She adds the mixture to potato or macaroni salad.
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Mrs. Hughes
I was looking for something different for pickling peppers and I ran across this recip on cooks.com. I've made this, but we haven't tasted them yet. I'll let you know how they turn out.
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damooses
Ingredients: o 1/2 lb banana peppers Pickling Juice o 2 cups white vinegar o 3/4 cup white sugar o 1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds o 1/2 teaspoon celery seeds 1. Sterilize 2- 1/2 pint jars.2. Bring the vinegar, sugar, mustard seed and celery seed to a ...
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Warren Drew
i like this recipe because simple is good. it is versatile and many of your favorite items can be used to make it your own
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flightnurse
I use hot hungarian peppers and modify the amount of sugar or splenda as well as the amount of seeds/membrane in the pepper to control the heat. We slice these length wise and they are great on burgers, pizza, salads, or even plain.
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Dib's
You can add jalapenos to this recipe to make it hotter.
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Bergy
I love these peppers on hot dogs, hamburgers or what ever. They are so easy to make. You can double the recipe with no problem. I have never water bathed these pickles the jars have always sealed securely and I have used them a year or so later, Just be sure that the top has sealed and you have heard it POP. If the jar does not seal fully store in the fridge and use within a couple of months. As you can see from the picture, I often mix hot Jalapeno, Anaheim, Banana and any other peppers on hand - the result is medium hot pickled peppers. If you are at all concerned about food safety and would feel better water-bathing them, by all means do so - Just follow the instructions is any canning book - I recommend 15 minutes in the water-bath.
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