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Homemade Chili Powder

If you've grown or bought fresh chilies, you can dry and powder them to make your own seasoning This guide is about homemade chili powder.


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July 5, 20051 found this helpful

My boyfriend likes his food hot and spicy. I do too, to a point. I like to add hot peppers into the food, but can't always have those peppers on hand. Last year, I planted many pepper plants. After picking the peppers, I sliced them lengthwise and put them in the dehydrator. Once dried, I used the coffee grinder to make my own hot pepper powder. Works great in just about any recipe for a little bit of hot!

By Judy

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By tina (Guest Post)
July 5, 20050 found this helpful

my family has as far back that i can remember has strung the hot peppers. we would get a big needle and heavy thread then proceed to string up the peppers -then hang them up to dry they turn red -when you want one just pull it off the string and use for whatever- we put it in our bean soup -oh so good. my dad would also fry them -sure cleaned out the sinuses

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July 5, 20050 found this helpful

Ohhhh, I's be sure not to use the grinder for coffee again!!

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