Steven Raichlen Best of Barbecue Stainless Chili Pepper Roasting Rack and Corer Set - SR8814
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- Stainless steel rack
- Holds 18-peppers upright
- Corer has serrated edge
- Ergonomic handle on corer
- Recipe card included; model number: SR8814
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|Item Dimensions||5 x 2.25 x 11.2 in||9.25 x 9.25 x 1.75 in||9.65 x 6.5 x 2.1 in||1.25 x 4.76 x 9.8 in||14 x 11 x 3 in||8.86 x 8.86 x 1.69 in|
Grilled jalapeño peppers are so tasty, nobody can eat just one. The Charcoal Companion & Steven Raichlen Best Of Barbecue stainless steel pepper rack holds 18 peppers standing straight up so cheese and other stuffing's stay inside the pepper while grilling. The serrated edge of the pepper corer cuts off the top of the pepper and scoops out the pulp with just a twist. Recipe card included.
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She was right - This rack is well made of stainless steel, durable, and has the added advantage of coming with a tool to core the seeds from the peppers. I made some jalapeno poppers, and some hot hungarian peppers on the grill last night and this rack worked as advertised. This rack would probably also work with banana peppers or any similar shaped pepper. Holds the peppers upright and allows the heat to roast the pepper evenly in about a half hour on a Weber with the lid closed (Grill was already hot from other grilling). I barbecued pork steaks and when I put them in the roasting pan of sauce to tenderize, I started the peppers. By the time I had them cleaned, stuffed, and cooked - the meat was also ready to serve. The rack also functions as a work stand while stuffing the peppers!
The corer will only work for relatively large fat peppers but it seems to do a good job with those. It takes a little bit of practice. I use a particular knife that, through trial and error, I found to work best on all sizes of peppers.
As for those complaining about the holes not being the right size - get over it and use toothpicks to hold the peppers in place. I've made hundreds of poppers over the past several years, and most of them will fall through these holes. Even the larger peppers that initially fit, will fall through because they shrink during cooking. The toothpicks also make it easier to pick them up to eat.