Crisp slices of red onion are marinated in a mixture of citrus juice, white wine vinegar, salt, pepper and allspice until tart and tender. Charred jalapeño and bay leaves are added to the mix to bump up the savory spice factor.
Wild cranberries, foraged in the bog near you, make for a spectacular holiday condiment - and a year 'round treat for that matter. Orange for added sweetness and contrast, jalapeno because everything is better with some added heat, amiright?
Spice up your fries, your eggs, just about anything that needs salt can use a little kick and this season salt is so easy you'll want to make some up for friends and family. Makes a quick inexpensive gift for any 'heat' loving foodie!
I was running out of creative ideas for saving these yummy treats until I saw someone post a jalapeno peach recipe the other day. Of course, I lost track of that website and have no idea where to find it now. So, I’m going out on my own.
Pickling seems to intensify the heat of jalapenos in this opportunistic recipe for pickled okra. The opportunity for fresh okra is limited in these parts so making a jar or two when possible is just good sense.