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PEPPER SAUCE

Ingredients of the Sauce:

1 tablespoon of Salt
3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and diced)
2 Cho-Cho (diced)
2 Carrots (diced)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (diced)
2 fingers of Tyme (tie together)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)


Put to boil on very low frame, for 15 minutes.

This sauce is used to put on fried fish;
Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.


PICKLING PEPPER JAR

Alternatively, Jamaicans put this
pepper sauce in jars,
and seal it properly for storage.


Ingredients for pickling pepper jar:

3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and hold)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
1/2 cup of Pimento Seeds (hold)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (sliced and hold)
2 fingers of Tyme (use the leaf only)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)

2 Cho-Cho (Use to create art pieces
such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)
2 Carrots (Use to create art pieces
such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)

This sauce is used to put on fried fish;
Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.

It is called Pickling Pepper.

With this method we use the scotch bonnet pepper hold and some peppers are cut in half. Do not boil it before you put it in the jar.

After you put the pickling pepper sauce in the jar, or you can use designer bottles.

Use different ribbons to decorate the outside of the jar or bottle.

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PEPPER SAUCE

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon of Salt
3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and diced)
2 Cho-Cho (diced)
2 Carrots (diced)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (diced)
2 fingers of Tyme (tie together)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)


Put to boil on very low frame, for 15 minutes.
This sauce is used to put on fried fish; Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.

PICKLING PEPPER JAR

Alternatively, Jamaicans put this pepper sauce in jars and seal it properly for storage.

Ingredients for pickling pepper jar:

3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and hold)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
1/2 cup of Pimento Seeds (hold)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (sliced and hold)
2 fingers of Tyme (use the leaf only)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)

2 Cho-Cho (Use to create art pieces such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)
2 Carrots (Use to create art pieces such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)

This sauce is used to put on fried fish; Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.
It is called Pickling Pepper.

With this method we use the scotch bonnet pepper hold and some peppers are cut in half.. Do not boil it before you put it in the jar.

After you put the pickling pepper sauce in the jar, or you can use designer bottles.

Use different ribbons to decorate the outside of the jar or bottle.



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PEPPER SAUCE

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon of Salt
3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and diced)
2 Cho-Cho (diced)
2 Carrots (diced)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (diced)
2 fingers of Tyme (tie together)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)


Put to boil on very low frame, for 15 minutes.
This sauce is used to put on fried fish; Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.

PICKLING PEPPER JAR

Alternatively, Jamaicans put this pepper sauce in jars and seal it properly for storage.

Ingredients for pickling pepper jar:

3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and hold)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
1/2 cup of Pimento Seeds (hold)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (sliced and hold)
2 fingers of Tyme (use the leaf only)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)

2 Cho-Cho (Use to create art pieces such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)
2 Carrots (Use to create art pieces such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)

This sauce is used to put on fried fish; Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.
It is called Pickling Pepper.

With this method we use the scotch bonnet pepper hold and some peppers are cut in half.. Do not boil it before you put it in the jar.

After you put the pickling pepper sauce in the jar, or you can use designer bottles.

Use different ribbons to decorate the outside of the jar or bottle.



BAKING FISH STUFFING

Ingredients of the Stuffing (This is use to stuff the fish before baking)

4 cups of Callaloo (shreddred)
6 Okras (washed and diced)
Used to stuff 3 to 4 Snapper Fishes.

Time to Bake 35 Minutes: 300 degree.

Pepper Sauce | Pickling Pepper Jar recipe

PEPPER SAUCE

Ingredients of the Sauce:

1 tablespoon of Salt
3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and diced)
2 Cho-Cho (diced)
2 Carrots (diced)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (diced)
2 fingers of Tyme (tie together)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)


Put to boil on very low frame, for 15 minutes.

This sauce is used to put on fried fish;
Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.


PICKLING PEPPER JAR

Alternatively, Jamaicans put this
pepper sauce in jars,
and seal it properly for storage.


Ingredients for pickling pepper jar:

3 medium Onions (sliced)
2 heads of Garlic (peel and hold)
5 stalks of Scallion (peel and diced)
1/2 cup of Pimento Seeds (hold)
3 ripe Scotch Bonnet Pepper (sliced and hold)
2 fingers of Tyme (use the leaf only)
2 to 3 cups of White Vinegar (use sufficient amount)

2 Cho-Cho (Use to create art pieces
such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)
2 Carrots (Use to create art pieces
such as flowers, little hearts, pineapple, etc)

This sauce is used to put on fried fish;
Jerk Chicken and Roasted Pork.

It is called Pickling Pepper.

With this method we use the scotch bonnet pepper hold and some peppers are cut in half. Do not boil it before you put it in the jar.

After you put the pickling pepper sauce in the jar, or you can use designer bottles.

Use different ribbons to decorate the outside of the jar or bottle.

Jamaica's Night Life and Party Foods
Copyright © MiQuel Marvin Samuels
All rights reserved.
(Posh Entertainment Publishing)

PLEASE WRITE, RATE AND LEAVE A COMMENT BELOW.
What do the think about jamaicandinners/
Pepper Sauce | Pickling Pepper Jar recipe?


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