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Seeding peppers for hot pepper jelly

February 9, 2019

My serranos this year were super productive. I have 2 gallon bags frozen, and need to make more jelly. The most time consuming aspect of any hot pepper jelly is seeding the peppers, and since serranos are much smaller than jalapeños, I'll probably be seeding them for a very long while. Has anybody ever tried to puree whole, stemmed peppers with the vinegar, and strain the mixture after? My blender is not strong enough to puree seeds, as I've had a few stray pepper seeds or so in the mix in the past, and they remain whole. Thoughts on giving this method a try? Has anybody tried it, or is there a reason I'm not thinking of as to why I shouldn't try it? Thanks!

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