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  • RobM8 commented on l8nite's instructable Spicey Pickled dogs or homemade Bahama Mama's10 months ago
    Spicey Pickled dogs or homemade Bahama Mama's

    just so you know the 24 pack (2lb) of hot links was $3.99. The long winners (3lb) was also 3.99. Jalapenos (12) was $1. Pickled beets $.88. Everything else was on hand and cost about 50 cents. I will be doubling the brine mix so there is lots of juice left over so that I can add brine each time I remove a link. Otherwise the remaining links are not covered. In this case I had to add vinigar each time I removed a link.

    I just grilled 3 hot links and 3 hot dogs with some of the jalapenos from the jar I made yesterday. Pored bake beans over them. Oh man so good. jalapenos were a bit tough. The hot links were the best. I will not use anything other than the hot links from now on. The winners turned out a bit limp. The hot links were nice and firm.One thing I can say that eating this with the jalapenos had tastbuds screaming and sweat beading down my brow. My mouth was on fire and I had to drink a glass of milk. Very good! I will be doing these every week.

    I am also thinking of cutting the jalapenos into slivers and stuffing the hot links before pickling

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  • RobM8 commented on l8nite's instructable Spicey Pickled dogs or homemade Bahama Mama's10 months ago
    Spicey Pickled dogs or homemade Bahama Mama's

    I used a 80oz pickle jar, about 12 jalapenos. Combined hot links and long hot dogs. I added a can of pickel beets to add color and a bit of sweetness.I combined all except dogs, and began to simmer.While the brine was simmering, I used a chopstick to poke right through the center, then forked them on two sides (really four sides because I let the fork go all the way through. I then added the franks to the brine and simmered another 10 minutes.I have two layers of dogs in the jar, all have jalapenos quarters inbetween them.I seperated the layers with pickel beets. Cooled on counter then in the fridge.I had 5 dogs and a hot link left over, with the leftover beets it made a great dinner.I actually started to break a sweat.

    I used a 80oz pickle jar, about 12 jalapenos. Combined hot links and long hot dogs. I added a can of pickel beets to add color and a bit of sweetness.I combined all except dogs, and began to simmer.While the brine was simmering, I used a chopstick to poke right through the center, then forked them on two sides (really four sides because I let the fork go all the way through. I then added the franks to the brine and simmered another 10 minutes.I have two layers of dogs in the jar, all have jalapenos quarters inbetween them.I seperated the layers with pickel beets. Cooled on counter then in the fridge.I had 5 dogs and a hot link left over, with the leftover beets it made a great dinner.I actually started to break a sweat. I did not use any hot peppers. I combined a

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