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the other side wrote:Yeah, sounds about right! I wonder if you can do them over a campfire? I can't see why that wouldn't work. Certainly possible but a campfire doesn't give you the precise heat control that a propane torch does. I don't really like ANY food that comes in a can. For some reason I can always taste the can. My family can't, but I can... YUCK! Have you ever tried "Canned Wheat" packed by the "Guess Who"? I always like that. Plus, fresh would be easier to travel with (you know, cans weigh more). Can't argue with that.
When you are burning and blistering them does the pepper of the chili go airborne and burn peoples eyes, nose and throat? Wouldn't wanna try it on the campfire and ruin everyones evening!!! I haven't noticed a problem to date.
pmowers wrote:If you put the charred peppers in a plastic bag for a little while right after charring, you can just rub them with a towel and all of the skin comes right off. The steam softens up the space between the skin and the "meat" of the pepper.
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