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    Any one make their own Chipoltes in adobo sauce?

    I just ordered a small smoker and plan on smoking some Jalapenos making them into Chiplotes. I have a few Jalapeno plants and the peppers are just starting to turn red. When they are ready I will smoke them for 4-6 hours and then finish drying them in the food dehydrator. After I get a large amount of them I will re-hydrate them and cook them down in an adobe sauce and can them for later use.

    Wondering if I should leave the seeds in or take them out? If I take them out I will do it before I dry them because it is easier. Don't think the canned Chipoltes in adobo sauce have seeds but I think I want the heat added heat that comes from the seeds.

    Anyway just wondering if anyone has done this and what the results were and possible suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishinkeylargo View Post
    I just ordered a small smoker and plan on smoking some Jalapenos making them into Chiplotes. I have a few Jalapeno plants and the peppers are just starting to turn red. When they are ready I will smoke them for 4-6 hours and then finish drying them in the food dehydrator. After I get a large amount of them I will re-hydrate them and cook them down in an adobe sauce and can them for later use.

    Wondering if I should leave the seeds in or take them out? If I take them out I will do it before I dry them because it is easier. Don't think the canned Chipoltes in adobo sauce have seeds but I think I want the heat added heat that comes from the seeds.

    Anyway just wondering if anyone has done this and what the results were and possible suggestions.
    I don't smoke peppers, but I was dumb enough to spend a couple hours one day scouring the internet looking for chipotle pepper seeds because I wanted to grow my own.

    I also don't have any advice other than to leave the seeds in.

    Are you selling any of your creation? Because it sounds awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stupimlico View Post
    I don't smoke peppers, but I was dumb enough to spend a couple hours one day scouring the internet looking for chipotle pepper seeds because I wanted to grow my own.

    I also don't have any advice other than to leave the seeds in.

    Are you selling any of your creation? Because it sounds awesome.

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    I cracked open a jar of my Mango Salsa today at work and 6 people want to buy a jar already. I did give a jar to the person that gave me the Mangoes from their tree, but the others are out of luck. Only got 10 jars out of the batch this year so they need to last. A few people found out I am going to make the Chipoltes in adobo sauce and are already wanting some.

    Note to self, plant more Jalapeno plants. At least I have now fine tuned my planting and sun shade setup so I can grow the pepper plants all year round. Current plants are going on 18 months and still producing peppers to bad only a couple survived the last Iguana attack.

    I'm also leaning toward leaving the seeds in the Chipoltes.
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    Good choice.

    If you want to dabble with heat, let me know, I have reaper seeds.

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    Certainly not I, but it would be rude to bring it up on the board without inviting us over for a taste.







    Well, we're waiting....
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    Quote Originally Posted by stupimlico View Post
    Good choice.

    If you want to dabble with heat, let me know, I have reaper seeds.

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    I got supposed reaper seeds one year from online. Grew 6 plants, none of them produced reapers, they all grew a pepper that looked like a cayenne but had absolutely no heat at all. It was disappointing. After doing some online research if they were early generation reapers I guess the seeds would not produce true reapers but any combination of peppers used to create the reaper. At least I got my money back from the seller, I never tried ordering them again. I'd be willing to try them again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
    Certainly not I, but it would be rude to bring it up on the board without inviting us over for a taste.


    Well, we're waiting....
    Well if you are ever in the Florida Keys....Oh wait I did take a couple of my creations to Texas at one of the get togethers. They were both big hits and gone pretty quick.
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    I LOVE chipotle...When Tabasco came out with their version, I thought it pretty good for quick and easy flavor. I almost always have it on hand...just wish they would sell it in larger bottles.

    I have a smoker...this is food for thought...so to speak.
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    A decade or two ago, when I had acreage to play with, I bought seeds from "THE PEPPER GAL", online. She also had a good paper catlog to send in those days.

    Pepper, Tomato, Pumpkin, Herb, Organic, Gourd, and Heirloom Seeds from The Pepper Gal

    OOOOh, looks like she is still online.
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    I have made jalepeno poppers many times. I slice them in half, dig the seeds out, stuff them with whatever, creme cheese, crab meat, chicken, you name it, then wrap in bacon and smoke a while at low temp for about 6 hours, then finnish up on the bacon with a propane torch.

    Another thing I like to do with Jalapenos is to take a flavor injector syringe and inject the Jalapeno with soy sauce. You can grill em, or cook them in a hot frying pan or wok in just a little olive oil or peanut oil, maube a little fajita seasoning or marinade.. They are delicious either way. Just never save any for any for the next day as they still taste great, but will have you staying close to the whiite thone. Trust me, I tried them a day old on two occasions and I am not about to try it a third time unless I am plugged up! TMI, I know!
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