Enemies of Liberty are ruthless. To own your Liberty, you'd better come harder than your enemies..

Current ThreatCon for CONUS

Current ThreatCon for CONUS
Current ThreatCon for CONUS

Friday, July 29, 2016

Roasted Jalapenos


Half of the 'prepping problem' is to provide food 3 or 6 months into a SHTF paradigm that improves morale.  Calories are easy for the prepared prepper.    Attitude and morale are entirely different considerations.

Take jalapeno peppers and halve them.  (You don't have jalapenos in you garden?  Shame on you!)  Get rid of the seeds.  Cover in Olive Oil, add Sea Salt and roast at 450 degrees for about 6 minutes.

If you want more heat, leave more seeds.

Morale = Happy.

That is all.

7 comments:

  1. Yes, a large variety in food is extremely important. Just having beans and corn and wheat will get real old real fast. Stock up on a variety of spices and condiments. One area lots of preppers are lacking in is being able to grow a garden. Having seeds in a can or a bucket won't work out well if you have never grew a garden before. It takes a while to amend the garden soil and become proficient in gardening. My wife has a green thumb and get anything to grow. Every tribe needs several master gardeners. And once you have grown your garden, then can and dehydrate your peppers, tomatoes, pickles, beets, onions, beans, peas, herbs and what ever else you have grown.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Mmmmmmm, my favorite.

    But I do mine in a frying pan whole in olice oil and use kosher salt.

    They go with everything. Steak, chicken, fruit loops. :)

    ReplyDelete
  3. My neighbor just made peanut butter jalapeno ice cream. Fantastic :P

    ReplyDelete
  4. M1A,

    That sounds awesome. Any chance of passing along the recipe?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. 4 cups Heavy cream
      1 cup Peanut butter
      1 cup sugar
      1 Tbsp vanilla
      1/4 cup Jalapeno (although the flavor was there, he toned it down for the kids, and said a 1/2 cup is better punch)
      It's really good as it's a balance between sweet, spicy, and savory.

      Delete
    2. Thanks Buddy!

      Delete
  5. Hate to sound like a pain in the ass but one comment on the recipe steps. If you want to keep growing peppers don't throw out the seeds. Dry them and save them. a good Seed library is like gold. I save seeds from almost everything I grow. I grow many different peppers and dry them out for long(er) term storage. Fresh ground cayenne goes a long way to happiness and is better than any store bought red pepper.

    Trey in Texas

    ReplyDelete

Please post anonymously and include your recognized online handle in the body of the comment.