– Place ¼ of the peppers into the bottom of each jar, add ¼ of the sliced carrots, then the onion, a few sliced of the garlic, a pinch of oregano, cumin, 3 peppercorns and 1 bay leaf. Add the other herbs is using.
– Divided the rest of the bird peppers into the jars and proceed to repeat step one. Pepper, carrots, onions, garlic, herbs, and spices. Divided the salted water between the jars.
– Once you filled up the jars, pour ½ cup of vinegar into each jar. Finally, pour 1 tablespoon of olive oil. Add extra vinegar is needed if you are using a different type of jar. Actually, any clean glass jar with a lid will do the job. Close tightly and turn the jar upside down a couple of times. Make sure there is at least 1 inch of space between the peppers and the lid.
– Store jars in a dark and dry place, after a few days they will have changed color from bright green to light gray-green. About 4-5 days, then they are ready to eat. Try to make them in small jars to preserve their flavors. They are a great gift for spicy food lovers. Peppers preserved this way do not need refrigeration before opening.