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Question for Martini Mark or anyone else?

DeetwoodDeetwood Posts: 70
edited 2:57PM in EggHead Forum
How do most cut the Jalpenos...into two round cylinders or length wise?


  • Chef WilChef Wil Posts: 702
    matter of preference really but lengthwise is most common.
    Sometimes I'll just remove the end where stem is and cook them standing up in a jalapeno holder, today I 1/2'ed them and removed the white membranes so they are not toooo hot.

  • Deetwood,
    Probably too late with my answer, getting yardwork done here....I only cut the stem end off. I use a vegetable peeler & a paring knife or a skinny fillet knife to core it out. I've even used a dental pick that's got an 's' curve of sorts on one end to reach in deep when needed. I know, a bit of overkill, but...some of my guests don't appreciate the heat as much as I do so I make some milder versions by getting as much out as I can.

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