O.M.G. I assumed I was fixated on cured red onions, however at that point I made these salted pickled jalapenos and I in a real sense can’t quit eating them. Each time I go in the ice chest I need to pop a couple of in my mouth, as well as including a couple of top of all that I’ve been eating. These little men are habit-forming! Thus, on the off chance that you have a pepper plant that is as yet creating or is searching for a method for spending some extra jalapeños from another recipe, trust me, you want to make these salted jalapeños.

Sliced pickled jalapenos in a jar

WHAT ARE Speedy PICKLE jalapenos?

There are two principal ways of pickling vegetables: maturation and speedy pickling in vinegar-based salt water. Maturation pickling requires days to weeks to achieve, as normal microbes produce corrosive that joins with added salt to make brackish water. Fast pickles just require minutes since they start with pre-made acidic brackish water made with vinegar and salt. The technique I utilized for these salted jalapeños is speedy pickling, which I love since it’s so quick and advantageous. Simply remember that fast pickles don’t contain live societies.

Elements FOR Salted pickled JALAPEnOS

This is the very thing that you’ll have to make fast cured jalapeńos:

New jalapenos: You can utilize green, red, or a blend of both! The recipe is composed of one pound of jalapeños, however, you can without much of a stretch diminish the cluster size on the off chance that you don’t have that many peppers. Just change the quantity of servings in the recipe card beneath and how much fixings will auto-adapt to you.
Garlic: Adding a clove of garlic (or a couple!) makes a decent profundity to the kind of salted jalapeños.
Vinegar: I utilized plain white vinegar to keep the flavor fresh and clean, however, you can explore different avenues regarding different kinds of vinegar like apple juice vinegar, red wine vinegar, or rice vinegar. I don’t recommend utilizing sweet vinegar, as balsamic for this recipe.
Salt: Salt flavors the brackish water and helps the vinegar in saving the jalapeños.
Sugar: A smidgen of sugar helps balance the flavors in the salted jalapeños, basically the acidic vinegar. Sit back and relax, we don’t utilize them to the point of making them sweet, barely enough to give balance.
Water: Adding a smidgen of water to the saltwater mellow kind of brackish water barely enough so you don’t feel like you’re eating straight vinegar, yet insufficient to decrease the safeguarding skills of the vinegar.

Sliced pickled jalapenos, a tangy topping

WHAT ELSE Might I at any point ADD?

If you have any desire to explore different avenues regarding your cured jalapeños, you can take a stab at adding a portion of the accompanying fixings: a cut carrot, entire peppercorns, ground cumin or cumin seeds, cut shallots, or oregano.

Step-by-step instructions to Utilize Salted JALAPEnOS

Besides simply sneaking a couple of cuts from the container, here are a portion of my food varieties to finish off with cured jalapeños:

Bowl Dinners
Macintosh and Cheddar
Mixed greens


Keep these salted jalapeños in an impermeable glass or plastic holder in the fridge for as long as two months (if you don’t eat them generally first!). Utilize a fork or utensils to eliminate the jalapeños from the compartment to keep the brackish water as sterile as could be expected.


1 lb. jalapeños
2 cloves garlic
1.5 cups white vinegar
1/2 cup water
1 Tbsp salt
1 Tbsp sugar

Sliced pickled jalapenos in a jar


Wash and cut the jalapeños. Strip the garlic.
Add the vinegar, water, salt, and sugar to a medium sauce pot. Heat the combination to the point of boiling over medium-high intensity, blending to disintegrate the salt and sugar.
When the brackish water arrives at a bubble, add the jalapeños and garlic. Switch the intensity off, put a top on the pot, and let the peppers marinate in the brackish water for 30 minutes. Mix them every so often to ensure they all invest sufficient energy under the brackish water. Supplant the cover each time.
After marinating in the brackish water for 30 minutes the peppers will change from dazzling green to olive green. Move the peppers to a non-responsive (glass or plastic) water/airproof holder, then store them in the fridge for as long as two months.

*The nourishment realities given incorporate the salt water, which isn’t typically polished off, so the sodium levels might be expanded.


Serving: 0.25cup
Calories: 32kcal
Sugars: 5g
Protein: 1g
Fat: 0.2g
Sodium: 876mg
Fiber: 2g

Pickled jalapenos in a glass jar, enhancing flavor

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