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Wanted: Good Canning recipe for spicy salsa
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ShepFL    Posted 10-25-2001 at 06:17:00       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Also if you got a favorite way to put up tomatoes.

Mrs. ShepFL is looking for something different than our standard fare - stewed and Italian. She and friends are planning to put at least up 2 bushels per family next weekend. I've already checked archives with only minimal results.

Thanks in advance.


Tomato Relish Recipe    Posted 11-06-2001 at 05:50:44       [Reply]  [No Email]
O.K. Shep, here tis
You can make the relish at the same time you are canning tomatoes if you like as they must be boiled and skins removed anyway.
TOMATO RELISH
26 large tomatoes, chopped
13 medium onions, chopped
one & three-quarters cups of sugar(more or less to suit your taste)
two cups of white vinegar
one tablespoon salt
three tablespoons pickling spice
six pods hot pepper, chopped

Combine all ingredients and slowly boil an hour or so until thick. Seal in hot jars or can it regularly in cooker. Yields eight pints.

(NOTE-vary the pepper to suit your taste. I like hot and spicy food and six pods is fairly mild to my taste. Also, the type of pepper you use makes a difference. Cayanne is not as hot as Tabasco or Jalapeno.)

Hope you enjoy it and please send me a good salsa recipe if you run across one.
PCC-AL


Marie    Posted 08-28-2002 at 12:30:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]

I am wanting a good canning recipe for spicy salsa.


PCC-AL    Posted 11-05-2001 at 10:05:42       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Shep,
My wife and I like to can tomatoes and tomato relish in the summer when they are in season here. We have a good relish recipe handed down by some of the old folks in the family. Will be glad to share that if you like. You can post a follow up if you want it. I would also like a good salsa recipe, but am spoiled as we used to travel to Mexico some years ago. The salsa they make there seems to be with green and ripe fresh tomatoes rather than cooked. Really liked it.


PCC-AL    Posted 11-05-2001 at 10:05:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hi Shep,
My wife and I like to can tomatoes and tomato relish in the summer when they are in season here. We have a good relish recipe handed down by some of the old folks in the family. Will be glad to share that if you like. You can post a follow up if you want it. I would also like a good salsa recipe, but am spoiled as we used to travel to Mexico some years ago. The salsa they make there seems to be with green and ripe fresh tomatoes rather than cooked. Really liked it.


ShepFL    Posted 11-05-2001 at 20:39:59       [Reply]  [Send Email]
PCC-AL

I would certainly be interested in any recipes you may have. The salsa she canned this past weekend was from her girlfriend's recipe. IMHO it leaves alot to be desired. Would make a better soup stock than a salsa.

Hope to hear back from you. Did not see you post until tonite 11-5-01.


BW    Posted 10-25-2001 at 20:08:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I am at work now , but will dig out the one I like from home and post it here , very simple and easy to make as stronge or weak as you want ....


Steve Schrock    Posted 09-02-2003 at 07:36:22       [Reply]  [Send Email]

please send me this recipe for the salsa I need one that I can make a little less spicy than the rest thank you


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