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Thread: The 'red' habanero

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    Sounds delicious! You should offer some for trade for plants. lol [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Possible if you put your hands in milk/sour cream. Sounds funny but may work.
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    I tried it, doesn't work. Neither does sugar, or lime juice.

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    If you have any kind of leftover peppers, dry them. They will last months and can be crushed up or used whole for soups, or rehydrated for salsa.
    My toaster oven has a "dehydrate" feature and it takes 10 to 12 hours to dry about 30. I split them open first to allow the moisture to escape.
    I think you could dry them in any toaster oven by setting the temp to about 125 degrees.

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    Lauderdale is right! They make a great crushed red pepper for seasoning. It doesn't take much to infuse your food with their flavor.
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    Speaking of infusing, you can also put chopped peppers in a bottle of olive oil with some other yummy ingredients, like garlic. Just make sure to shake all of the air that may stick to the ingredients. Let sit for a few weeks, or put in a bit of sunlight (be careful it doesn't get hot enough to explode) to speed up the process.
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