The best recipes for canned hot peppers in one place. Get inspired!

Do you suffer from headaches and migraines?

Eating hot goat horns is a great way to trick your body.

The brain focuses on the burning sensation in the mouth and simply forgets about the headache.

And that’s not the only reason why it pays to always have them on hand.

Try our great recipes for canning hot peppers!

Instructions for the pickle for canning hot peppers

Prepare this simple sweet and sour pickle, which you can then use in the following recipes.

You will need

  • 1 liter of water
  • 3 dcl of vinegar
  • sugar – to taste
  • salt – to taste

Preparation process

  • Put the water in the pot and stir in the other ingredients.
  • Bring to a boil and set aside – make sure the sugar dissolves properly.
Pickled hot peppers in mason jars.
source: beyondgumbo.com

Traditional canning of goat horns

A simple recipe that allows you to preserve hot peppers in a crockpot. So let’s do it!

You will need

  • chilli Peppers
  • infusion
  • canning jars with lids
  • canning pot with a thermometer

Preparation process

  • First of all, prepare the required number of canning jars and sterilize them – including the lids.
  • In the meantime, clean, core and wash the hot peppers.
  • You can cut them into halves, quarters, rounds or leave them whole.
  • Prepare a sweet and sour pickle.
  • Place the prepared hot peppers in the jars.
  • Pour the prepared marinade and wipe the edges of the glasses with a paper towel.
  • Cap and sterilize at 85 degrees for 20 minutes.
  • Take the jars out of the pot, turn the lids down.
  • Allow to cool and store.
Pickled hot peppers in mason jars.
source: tastemakermag.com

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Canning hot peppers in the oven

Pepperoni can also be preserved in the oven. This is an easy method and our tutorial will make it a breeze!

You will need

  • chilli Peppers
  • infusion
  • jar
  • deep plate
  • towel

Preparation process

  • First, preheat the oven to 90 degrees.
  • Sterilize canning jars with lids as well.
  • Prepare a sweet and sour pickle.
  • Prepare the hot peppers by removing the seeds, stems and wash them.
  • Cut them to desired size.
  • Place the hot peppers in jars and cover with the prepared marinade.
  • Stack the glasses in a deep tray, which must be lined with a tea towel.
  • Fill the glasses with water and bake for about 20-25 minutes.
  • After removing from the oven, turn the jars upside down and leave to cool.
  • Store in a convenient place.,
Pickled hot peppers in a mason jar.
source: allrecipes.co.uk

Pickled round pepperoni

Try loading your favorite round pepperoni too. In addition to the pickle from the beginning of the article, you will also need onions and spices.

You will need

  • round hot peppers
  • infusion
  • onion
  • spices – allspice, pepper, bay leaf
  • canning jars and lids

Preparation process

  • Sterilize canning jars with lids as well.
  • In the meantime, prepare the sweet and sour pickle.
  • Prepare the hot peppers – just wash them and let them dry.
  • Peel the onion and cut it into rounds.
  • Place the peppers together with the onions and spices in jars and cover with the marinade.
  • Wipe the rims of the jars and close the lids.
  • Stack the glasses in the pot so that they have enough space between them.
  • Cook at 85 degrees for 25 minutes.
  • Remove the jars from the pot and turn them upside down and leave to cool.
  • Store in a dark and cool place.
Canned hot peppers in a jar.
source: recipeswitholiveoil.wordpress.com

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Goat horns cooked in oil

Cook the hot peppers in olive oil. It’s a delicacy and you can always have it at your disposal thanks to our guide.

You will need

  • chilli Peppers
  • olive oil
  • spices – allspice, black pepper balls, bay leaf
  • canning jars with lids

Preparation process

  • First, properly sterilize the canning jars – don’t forget the lids.
  • Cut the peppers into pieces, you can leave them whole.
  • Stack in glasses, add spices and cover with oil.
  • Cook at 90 degrees for 25 minutes.
  • Turn the finished jars upside down and let them cool.
  • Store in a cool, dark place.
Pickled red hot peppers in a jar.
source: chatelaine.com

Canning hot peppers in the oven

If you don’t have a cooking pot, you can also cook hot peppers in the oven, which almost everyone has at home.

You will need

  • goat horns
  • infusion
  • spices – black pepper, allspice, bay leaves, mustard seeds
  • canning jars and lids
  • deep tray with a tea towel

Preparation process

  • Preheat the oven to 90 degrees.
  • Sterilize all canning jars and lids.
  • Prepare a sweet and sour pickle.
  • Just wash the goat’s horns – leave the cores and the stem.
  • Stack the goat horns in glasses, add spices and pour the prepared marinade.
  • Stack the glasses in a deep tray, which you have previously lined with a tea towel.
  • Fill the glasses with water and bake for 20-25 minutes.
  • After removing from the oven, turn the jars upside down and let them cool.
  • Store in the basement or pantry.
Pickled hot peppers in jars with a bowl of fresh hot peppers next to it and a board with more goat horns on it.
source: eatlittlebird.com

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Canning goat horns in a microwave oven

Pepperoni can also be cooked in the microwave. Want to know how to do it? So read on!

You will need

  • chilli Peppers
  • infusion
  • canning jars and lids
  • plastic bowl

Preparation process

  • First of all, prepare jars for canning and sterilize them – including the lids.
  • Then prepare the pepperoni pickle.
  • You can leave the hot peppers whole or cut them into pieces.
  • Place the prepared hot peppers in the jars.
  • Pour the prepared pickle over the hot peppers and wipe the edges of the glasses.
  • Cover and place the jars in a plastic bowl in the microwave.
  • Set the microwave to the highest power of 700 Watts and set the time for 1 glass to 6 minutes, with each additional glass, double the time.
  • Pull out the jars and turn the lids down.
  • Allow to cool and store in a cellar or pantry.
Pickled hot peppers in mason jars.
source: gettystewart.com

Other ways to preserve hot peppers

Who could resist horseradish chutney with goat horns or pepperoni stuffed with cheese? Get inspired by your favorite recipes!

Pepperoni salsa

You will need

  • 500 g of fresh hot peppers
  • 1 large fleshy red pepper
  • 1 large or 2 small onions
  • 1/2 tablespoon of salt
  • 2 tablespoons of brown or white sugar
  • 2 tablespoons of fruit 4 percent or 1 tablespoon of 8 percent vinegar
  • 1 tablespoon ground hot pepper
  • 100 ml of water

Preparation process

  • Clean the vegetables, cut them coarsely and cover them with water.
  • Simmer under the lid until soft.
  • Add spices, mix and season as needed.
  • The sauce should not only burn, but should have a distinct paprika flavor.
Hot pepper and horseradish chutney in a bowl with a spice rack next to it.
source: chilipeppermadness.com

Get inspired by our other recipes for delicious chutneys or sauces not only for meat. We have salty and sweet options for you!

Pickled pepperoni with cheese

You will need

  • round hot peppers
  • 1 fresh cheese
  • Ricotta
  • 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • chopped basil
  • garlic
  • Provencal herbs
  • Dried Tomatoes

Preparation process

  • Combine the cream cheese and ricotta cheese in a bowl and mix until smooth.
  • Add oil as needed, herbs, garlic and chopped pieces of sun-dried tomatoes.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Core each hot pepper and fill with ½ teaspoon of the cheese filling (depending on the size of the hot peppers).
  • Place the filled hot peppers in pre-sterilized jars.
  • Add the whole sun-dried tomatoes, the remaining spices and onions, cover with oil.
  • Wipe the edges of the jars with a paper towel and seal.
  • Let it sit at room temperature, then put it in the fridge.
Pepperoni stuffed with cheese in a glass and fresh pepperoni placed next to it.
source: krumpli.co.uk

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