Peppers Filled With Cauliflower

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Introduction: Peppers Filled With Cauliflower


My mother makes these every year. This year I've made some on my own  and I'm sharing this recipie with you. Hope you like it.

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Step 1: Get the Ingredients

You will need:

- Red peppers (the bigger, the better)
- Cauliflower
- Vinegar
- Salt
- Sugar
- Pepper seeds


Step 2: Fill the Peppers

This is very easy. You just have to take the cauliflower and break it in small pieces. Then take these pieces and stuff them into the peppers. Just be carefull not to break your pepper during this proces.

Step 3: Prepare Jars for Canning

Take your stuffed peppers and put them into the jars. You cand fill the extra space with small pieces of cauliflower. This step can be a bit dificult because you must choose your jars so that the peppers vwill fit. If you plan on making a great number of these peppers, then I sugest using a plastic barrel. It is easyer to fill, and you will save a lot of time.

Step 4: Can Those Peppers

Prepare your canning water:

- 5 liters of water
- 1 liter of vinegar
- 3 tablespoons of salt
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
- pepper seeds ( take a hand of those and put it in)
You can change the amount of salt and sugar according to your taste.

Mix it all together and let it boil. Pour the boiling water water in the cans, seal them and let them cool.

Congratulations!!!  You now  have your own canned  peppers with cauliflower.

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    robosnitz
    robosnitz

    8 years ago on Introduction

    What about processing?How long do they last? Do you keep them in the fridge, or can they be left on a shelf?