How to Make Sweet & Spicy Chili Vinegar

Love the taste of banana peppers? This easy banana pepper-infused vinegar adds sweet, spicy, tangy flavor to any food -- especially fish and vegetables like brussel sprouts.

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How to Make Sweet & Spicy Chili Vinegar Recipe
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Gather ingredients. You will also need to select containers for storing final product. I purchased the pictured swing-top bottle off of Amazon. Any craft store would be a safe bet as well!

Gather ingredients. You will also need to select containers for storing final product. I purchased the pictured swing-top bottle off of Amazon. Any craft store would be a safe bet as well!

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Combine all ingredients except peppers in a pot over medium-high heat. Stirring occasionally to help salt and sugar dissolve, bring the mixture to a boil.

Combine all ingredients except peppers in a pot over medium-high heat. Stirring occasionally to help salt and sugar dissolve, bring the mixture to a boil.

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Carefully pour hot mixture over peppers, making sure they are covered entirely. I didn't have a bowl big enough for everything, so I used two. Cover and place in the fridge for at least one week.

Carefully pour hot mixture over peppers, making sure they are covered entirely. I didn't have a bowl big enough for everything, so I used two. Cover and place in the fridge for at least one week.

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After one week, your vinegar is ready! Using a strainer, remove all the seeds from the vinegar. Pour the vinegar into whatever container you'd like (a funnel is the best way to to this). Enjoy!

After one week, your vinegar is ready! Using a strainer, remove all the seeds from the vinegar. Pour the vinegar into whatever container you'd like (a funnel is the best way to to this). Enjoy!

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