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Instead of trying to remove the seeds...
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Posted to Thread #30447 at 10:16 pm on Aug 15, 2018
just reduce the quantity to one or a fraction of one.
Chipotles are going to be hotter than the jalapeno was because as it's smoked the capsacin is concentrated. It's not so much in the seeds as in the ribs. anyway.
Every good dish deserves a good pot.
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- 30447. I hate when this happens! I purchased whole yellow and brown mustard seeds on-line to make - barb_b - 6:57pm on 08/15/18 (8)
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- Salsa?? I made this one and all liked it. I wish I had take every single seed out of the chipotles - Marg CDN2 - 9:47pm on 08/15/18
- Instead of trying to remove the seeds... - judy-mass - 10:16pm on 08/15/18
- One more round of it to go. Will try. Thanks Judy. [NT] - Marg CDN2 - 3:25am on 08/16/18
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- Good suggestion, and it is what I do. Most recipes calling for Chipotle advise to start with one - KarenNoCA - 2:48pm on 08/16/18
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