Assemble all equipment and utensils. Place boiling water bath canner, filled half full with water, on the stove burner and begin to heat. Place an extra kettle of water on the stove burner in case extra boiling water is needed to cover the jars in the canner. Make sure water in canner is boiling. Place jars in canning rack, then place rack in canner while water is boiling. Place jars far enough apart to allow for circulation of water around jars. Water should be 1 to 2 inches over the tops of the jars when boiling.
Process for 8 - 10 minutes. Begin timing for processing as soon as the water returns to a rolling boil. however, at higher altitudes (over 1,000 feet) you will need to adjust processing times.
The canner should be covered during processing. The hot boiling water should cover the tops of the jars during the entire processing time.
After processing time is completed, remove hot jars and place on a towel or rack to cool. Keep jars out of drafts. DO NOT tun jars upside down. When jars have cooled, check for sealing.
When you get ready to eat the tomatoes, drain water off tomatoes and roll in flour or whatever you use to roll them in. Fry in hot oil, until brown. This won't take to long, the tomatoes is already cooked, you're just browning them.
Eat and enjoy.
Source: My grandmother.
By Branbrumom from Vian, OK
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Hello, I just wanted to thank you so much for the Canning Green Tomatoes. Last fall we had to pick our back yard green tomatoes because of a pending freeze, he picked 4 five gallon buckets of green tomatoes. I did not know what to do, I have canned for 45 years but never thought of canning green tomatoes. We had them all winter and just like fresh! Thank you again.
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