Canning Chopped Tomatoes

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Canning Chopped Tomatoes
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Ingredients

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10 pounds Tomatoes (ripe, whole Roma or other low-moisture tomatoes)
6 tbsp Lemon juice bottled

Nutritional information

47
сalories
1g
fat
10g
carbohydrates
2g
protein
0mg
cholesterol
13mg
sodium
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Ingredients

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The pantry list keeps growing with these Canning Chopped Tomatoes. A recipe with no added sugar or any flavors and preservatives, giving you the most natural and nutrient rich canned chopped tomatoes.

With simple steps of tomatoes boiling in their own juices, I have included the guide to homemade canning too, keeping your preserves fresher for longer.

To make Canning Chopped Tomatoes, you will need the following ingredients:

Canning Chopped Tomatoes Recipe-How to make Canning Chopped Tomatoes-Delicious Canning Chopped Tomatoes

So, how to make Canning Chopped Tomatoes?

Steps

1
Done
5

Boil water

Bring a large pot or canning kettle of water to a boil.

2
Done
2

Cut tomatoes

Using a sharp knife, slice a small “x” into the bottom of each tomato.

3
Done
1

Boil tomatoes

Once boiling, add the tomatoes to the water and cook for about minute

4
Done
2

Transfer tomatoes

Using a slotted spoon, remove the tomatoes immediately and transfer to a bowl of ice water or a dry baking sheet to stop the internal cooking process.

5
Done
5

Remove skins

Once the tomatoes have cooled to a manageable temperature, use a sharp knife to remove the skins.

6
Done
5

Chop tomatoes

Roughly chop the tomatoes and reserve the remaining juices.

7
Done
30

Simmer chopped tomatoes

In a large pot, bring the chopped tomatoes and reserved juice to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer, stirring frequently for about 30 minutes to cook and thicken.

8
Done
10

Sterilize jars

In a canning kettle of boiling water, place the empty canning jars, the lids and boil for 10 minutes. Once sterilized, remove jars and lids from water and reboil the water.

9
Done
5

Can jars

Pour 1 tablespoon lemon juice into each and evenly divide the tomatoes to fill the canning jars, leaving ½-inch space from the top of the jar.

10
Done
40

Canning process

Wipe jars clean, place the kids on tightly to seal and set them in the canning rack, lower them into the water and boil 40 minutes.

11
Done

Store

Remove from the water and set aside to cool, before storing.

If you like making your own homemade preservatives, try Canning Chopped Tomatoes. Sweet and rich in natural flavors that you will love working with. Let us know how your jars turn out and tag #cookmerecipes in your DIY Pinterest posts online.

Nina dreams of gender equality and for women all over the world to feel empowered and enjoy the same freedom she has. She’s a careful consumer, believing that by being more conscious about the way we live we can make the world a better place! Already a vegetarian, she uses animal products sparingly and tries to produce as little waste as possible. Most of her recipes are vegan as a result!

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Athina

I love it! Thanks for sharing recipe!

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