How to make it

  • Before beginning, core tomatoes and plunge them into boiling water to remove the peel.
  • Quarter tomatoes
  • Combine all ingredients in a large pot and let come to a boil. Simmer for 20 minutes and immediately put into warm jars. The jars should seal themselves as they cool.
  • ***This receipe makes about 13 pints of salsa. I used widemouth jars, and actually had just over 12 pints.***
  • For those new to canning:
  • Warm jars by placing in a shallow saucepan with about an inch of water. Heat on low.
  • Warm jar lids by placing in a pot of water and let simmer to soften rubber seal.

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  • barnesinnh 8 years ago
    do you process the salsa in a water bath? if so, for how long??
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  • julesnc 8 years ago
    Sounds awesome! Never canned before, but love salsa. Will be my goal this summer.
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  • momto5 9 years ago
    I added your recipe to the "Calling all Gardeners" group. I welcome you to come and join us and share your Canning/Gardening tips and knowledge with us. Have a great day!
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  • 22566 10 years ago
    Thank-you for the recipe,a real nice one to use the bounty of tomatoes.

    Hope you are enjoying your evening.

    Kind Regards
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