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I bought a jalapeno pepper at the farmer's market
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Now what can I do with it?


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goes well with black beans, onions, of course you can have ground beef, hmm, some kind of Tex Mex thing I think.


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dice it up with onions and tomatoes or mushrooms and stuff an omelette.
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Chop it through a salsa, red onions, tomatoes, avocado and lime juice, if allowed of course.. and dip it with yummy plain crisp tortillas.......
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If you can take the hotness, cut in half, take out seeds and stuff with compliant cheese.  Broil or bake the eat   But you just have one right?  Can you eat tomatoes?  How about salsa, chopped tomatoes, onions, lime, cilantro and a bit of minced jalapeno.  I don't like real hot and spicy foods but just a little bit of jalapeno seems to add a nice spice/flavor.  I always just buy one jalapeno too, it's nice to have in 'fridge.


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I can't have tomatoes, and I'm currently off cheese for the most part.  I haven't found any compliant tortillas either.

Black beans and onions I can do though. I think that, whatever I make with it, will need to be just for me because my kids don't really like spicy stuff. I may cook up small amounts of hte pepper with onions and serve that alongside beef (cooked by itself, so the kids can eat it plain), rice, and some kind of green veggie.


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Don't forget to wear gloves   or use something between your hands and the cut jalapeno and seeds.  And don't rub your eyes!!!


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Yeah, I have disposable gloves.

I still remember a story I read online about a woman who cut jalepenos and then took her menstrual cup out.  


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Ouch!!!


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Dice it up with some garlic, onions, red peppers and zucchini and stir fry in olive oil and tamari sauce. Use as a side dish to a steak. Or add to ground beef and serve over a bed of brown rice.
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