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The making of dust from hell

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     Making of the special dust. Most of the last of the garden hot peppers. A mix of chilies and jalapenos. Gave them a wash, used scissors to cut off the stems and a coring tool to get out 99 percent of the membrane and seeds. 

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Took all the peppers and smoked until soft. Then dehydrate until crispy, crunchy moisture free. Put in food processer. chopper, coffee grinder and process to a powder,

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      When doing this I sneezed and got a runny nose :) . Use sparingly. This will give your meals a smoky kick and still not overpower the meals taste.

BilletHead

 

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Looks good, Marty. I always dry Anaheim and Poblano chiles and grind them up to make my own chile powder. Just the right amount of heat for me. Haven't done the smoking thing though.

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Do you have a dehydrator?

Is there a method to dry them without a dehydrator?

That looks really good.

Pete

I've dried them in a low oven with the door propped open slightly. It can take several hours or overnight depending on the chiles.

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