How to make good hot garden salsa recipe

Good hot garden salsa
Good hot garden salsa

Good Hot Garden Salsa

On how to make good hot garden salsa.

I have such a good garden this year,I think we have canned around 48 pints of good hot garden salsa alone.

I have used Beef eater tomatoes,Cherries Tomatoes and Pear Tomatoes combined to make all this delicious salsa.

Tools you will need are:

  • 1 Big Pot for a water bath or water bath canner which has racks that hold the jars upright.
  • 1 Big pot for boiling the ingredients.
  • 1 Ladle
  • 1 funnel
  • 1 vegetable grinder-chopper.
  • 1 Tablespoon
  • 1 Teaspoon
  • Pint Canning Jars
  • Lids
  • Seals
  • Tongs for removing jars from canner.

Vegetables needed

2 Quarts of tomatoes

1/4 cup vinegar

1 large onion chopped

1 red bell pepper

1 yellow bell pepper

1 green bell pepper

3 garlic cloves,chopped

5 jalapeno peppers chopped

2 tablespoons chili powder

1 tablespoon oregano

1/4 cup chopped cilantro

Tomato paste on hand for thickening agent.

Preparation Time;

Mix all the ingredients together and let set over night in refrigerator.

Check the thickness and if to runny mix in tomato paste to thicken.

Bring ingredients to a rolling boil .

Ladle into clean hot pint jars.

Clean the rims of jars and place seals on.

Tighten down the seals with the rings snug.

Place in canner and cook at a boil for 25 minutes.

After 25 minutes,remove from the canner with jar tongs and place on a bath towel and let seal.

Nothing like hearing the seals pop when they seal.

If you have one that doesn't seal,you can eat when cool or recook it.

After cooling you have some good hot garden salsa to snack on or cover those fried potatoes with.

Now you can enjoy your good hot garden salsa.



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Comments 11 comments

Brenda Durham 3 years ago

This sounds really good. Thanks for sharing! I may try it.


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flread45 6 years ago from Montana Author

I have a lot of folks asking for it every year.


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habee 6 years ago from Georgia

I make my own salsa, too. My recipe is similar, but I also add garlic and lime joice. I've been meaning to post my recipe. Yours sounds great!


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flread45 7 years ago from Montana Author

Thanks my friend for trying a good recipe and I hope to make many more


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dutchman1951 7 years ago from Tennessee, USA

I tried it....!!! excelent, excelent, excelent

took me three trys but I think I got it down now.

enjoyed this one

Jon in nashville


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flread45 7 years ago from Montana Author

Not the best I ever mede but runs a close second


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sabrebIade 7 years ago from Pennsylvania

I read somewhere awhile back that Hummus and Salsa were two of the healthiest foods you could eat.

Yours sounds like one of the best!


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flread45 7 years ago from Montana Author

yes we eat it like candy Helen


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Helen Cater 7 years ago from UK

I'm coming to yours for dinner. Sounds yummy.


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flread45 7 years ago from Montana Author

You got it fastfreta!!


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fastfreta 7 years ago from Southern California

Very good hub. Keep 'em coming!

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