Oh yummy! I love spicy food! And these jalapeños are super good. Not to mention the garlic is super good too. Its kinda like a spicy pickle, but without the unhealthy vinegar. You should try it some time. :)
It is a really simple recipe actually. All you need is Celtic Sea Salt, jalapeños, garlic, pickling stones, and a Pickle Pipe.
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Peel and cut up 2-3 garlic, or more, depending on how much you like garlic. Place them at the bottom of the jar.
Cut off the stem and the end of the jalapeños, then cut them into smaller pieces until you have one cup. Don't un-seed them unless you really want to. Place them on top of the garlic. leave a space about an inch tall between the jalapeños and the lower rim of the jar.
Take your pickling stone, clean it...
And place on top of the jalapeños.
In a separate container mix 1 cup of water and 1/2 tbsp. Celtic sea salt, until the sea salt is dissolved. Pour the brine (the salt and water mixture) over top of the stone, until just covering the stone.
Place your pickle pipe on top, and screw on the lid.
Place the jar on a counter away from direct sunlight. Leave it on the counter for 2-3 days.
After 2-3 days it should become cloudy, and smell a little vinegary. That means it is ready to use. You can eat them like pickles, add them to your baking, or blend it to make a hot sauce.
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