This Homemade Hot Pepper Relish Canning Old Fashioned Recipe is a delicious hot and spicy relish perfect to spread on hot dogs, hamburgers, on crackers, mixed in scrambled eggs, and even tacos.
Pint Wide Mouth Mason Jars, Lids and Rings
Translation: Sweet means “Bell Peppers”
twelve sweet green peppers
twelve sweet red peppers
Twelve large onions
Six hot peppers
One quart vinegar
Two cups sugar
Four tablespoons salt
1. Peel, de-seed and dice peppers and onions and cover just enough with boiling water. Let the pot with diced vegetables stand in the hot water for 15 minutes (turn stove burner off) then drain water out.
2. Add vinegar, sugar, and salt into a large saucepan, heat mixture to a boil.
3. Add drained vegetables into the mixture and boil all together five minutes.
4. Spoon into sterilized wide-mouth pint mason jars and water-bath canning process for 10 minutes.
Here is another more modern recipe along the same lines…..
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