How to make it

  • To start I usually do this on a flat Iron Gridle.
  • The secret is to roast your dried peppers without burning them.
  • When you begin to roast them they will begin to draw moisture from the heat.
  • This is what you want to happen.
  • Be standing over them when you do this!!!
  • Once you've roasted all of your peppers let them cool.
  • Now remove the steams, And seeds if you don't want the extra heat.
  • I leave the seeds cause I like it hot.:)
  • Now put this into a big glass jar and keep on hand for other dish's.:)

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  • lizzconn 9 years ago
    Sounds delish... I'll have to pick up the ingredients next time I'm home on vacation!
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  • sirshawnthebrewer 11 years ago
    I know you will enjoy it.:)
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    Very good, Shawn. I finally tracked down all the chilies and it's awesome. Your tamales are my next project....pray for me. Ha! *hugs*
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  • coffeebean53 11 years ago
    We have Mexican markets all over the place here in Charlotte, however, I have found that they're also becoming available at the local grocery stores here as well. This is a good thing what with the gas prices these days. So I'll be making up a batch of this soon. Thanks for a great post. :)
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