Canned Whole Tomatoes

Homemade Canned Whole Tomatoes
Homemade Canned Whole Tomatoes
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Ingredients

15 pounds Roma Tomatoes ripe, whole
¾ cup Lemon juice
6 quart-size jars with rings and new sealable lids

Nutritional information

13
Calories
0g
Fat
0mg
Cholesterol
8mg
Sodium
3g
Carbohydrate
1g
Protein
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Ingredients

Canned Whole Tomatoes

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It’s time to get your pantry fully homemade starting with this Canned Whole Tomatoes recipe. Cut out all the preservatives when you make your own fresh and juicy tomatoes.

You need just 2 ingredients and no gluten, no sugar, no dairy and pretty much nothing bad at all. Season with lemon juice to ensure your tomatoes stay fresh while stored, until you are ready to use them.

To make Canned Whole Tomatoes, you will need the following ingredients:

Ingridiens for Canned Whole Tomatoes

So, how to make Canned Whole Tomatoes?

Steps to make Canned Whole Tomatoes

1

Boil water

10

Fill a large pot or canning kettle with water and bring to a boil

2

Slice through tomatoes

10

Using a sharp knife, slice an “X” shape into the bottom of each tomato.

3

Prepare ice water

1

Place a prepared bowl of iced water next to the boiling water pot.

4

Cook tomatoes

3

Once the water is boiling, drop in the tomatoes and cook for about a minute, then remove with a slotted spoon and transfer them straight into the ice water to cool quickly.

5

Remove skins

10

Once cool enough to handle, using a sharp knife, gently remove the skins.

6

Sterilize jars

10

Reboil the water and place the jars in the pot to boil for 10 minutes, to sterilize them. Sterilize the lids, separately, also for 10 minutes. Remove the jars and return the pot of water to a boil.

7

Boil tea kettle

10

Put a tea kettle filled with water on, to boil.

8

Fill jars

10

Put 2 tablespoons lemon juice in the bottom of each jar and stuff evenly, with tomatoes. If you don’t mind, crushing and cramming them in, will help to release all the juices and excess liquid to just cover them.

9

Add boiling water

3

For less juicy tomatoes, add boiling water from the tea kettle to cover the tomatoes, leaving ½-inch space from the top of the jars.

10

Close jars

3

Wipe the excess on the edges of the jars, clean and seal the lids and rims closed.

11

Cook jars

45

Set the jars in the canning rack and lower them into the pot of boiling water. Cook in the boiling water for 45 minutes.

12

Store

Remove jars from the water and set them aside to dry and cool. Store in a cool, dark place until using.

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