Adobo peppers always come in cans that have roughly a cup of peppers in each- yet recipes rarely call for more than 1 or 2 as they are so hot. Unless you make mexican every night- you're going to be wondering what to do with the ones you didn't use. With this trick you'll never throw away extra peppers- and you ALWAYS have some handy when you need them.
When you use what you need- wrap the rest individually in little twists of saran wrap making sure to get all the air out. Freeze and they will keep forever- always right there at your fingertips!
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Instead of using salt or pepper I season with Adobo seasoning. The seasoning can be found in the Ethnic section or near the spices in the grocery store. I use Adobo on almost everything that needs to be seasoned.
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