Candied Jalapenos Recipe | How to Make Cowboy Candy | White Thunder BBQ

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Introduction: Candied Jalapenos Recipe | How to Make Cowboy Candy | White Thunder BBQ

Sweet with some heat!

Step 1: Watch This Video

Full Video Recipe on YouTube here - Watch Video Here!

Step 2: Gather These Ingredients

3 lbs Jalapenos

3 C White Vinegar

3 C White Sugar

1 t Black Peppercorns

1 t Mustard Seed

1/4 t Celery Seed

Step 3: Thinly Slice the Jalapenos

Step 4: Boil Ingredients

Add Vinegar, sugar, mustard seed, peppercorns and celery seed to a pot and bring to a boil.

Add the sliced peppers and cook for 5 minutes, stiring frequently.

Step 5: Add Jalapenos to Pint Jars

Remove peppers and add to sterilized pint jars.

Bring the sugar brine back to a boil and boil for 5 minutes.

Step 6: Add Bring to Jars

Pour the sugar brine over the peppers and leave 1/2'' head room.

Can them if you like.

Step 7: Wait 1 Week

These candied jalapenos go good on anything. Try them on a cracker with a smear of cream cheese!

2 People Made This Project!

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Love the recipe
I used Cider vinegar instead of just white and it smells amazing

Love the recipe
I used Cider vinegar instead of just white and it smells amazing

I got a can of these from my wife's grandmother last year, she bought them at a craft show those were fantastic. I found some at a grocery store and can say that they are not the same I hope your recipe matches the ones from the craft show.

I hope this recipe lives up to the craft shows....I had a similar experience....I had some from a local jam/jelly maker and I tried several times to recreate it. I think I nailed it with this recipe. Let me know how these turn out!!

looks great! By the way you should put the link to your YouTube video. Instructables doesn't embed videos well.

I'd like to try this. Can you tell me how long you processed them in the canner?