I have bought a jar of sliced jalapenos, in an attempt to make a pizza simulating the ones I used to eat as a kid. This is the first time ever I see this product for sale to normal consumers.
Now I wonder if I should put the slices on the pizza BEFORE or AFTER it's gone into the oven. I fear that they might turn into disgusting, dry lumps of coal if I put them on before, but I'm not entirely sure that it's correct to put them on when the pizza is already done (has been in the oven).
I have a feeling that the right answer is that they go on after the oven, but I want to make sure before I ruin my pizza tomorrow.
I can't recall what they used to do in the pizzeria, but from what I can remember (which is quite foggy), the jalapeno slices on the pizzas I used to buy after my "paper boy" route was done seemed very "preserved", as in, most likely not cooked inside the oven. I suspect that they simply sprinkled them on after the pizza has come out of the oven.