I am looking for a recipe for pepper relish. Hot and/or mild.
Tuey from Fort Collins, CO
Check out this website. There are lots of great sounding relishes. I may have to try one myself. I used to buy the jalapeno relish from my cousin who sold Tastefully Simple and it was wonderful. Now you got me thinking.
This is a recipe from my great grandmother. My family has been making this for more than 60 years. I hope you like it.
Grind peppers and onions through an old meat grinder and put a large bowl underneath to catch any liquid that drips out in case you need more for the jars later on. Put all ingredients into a large kettle and boil for 15-20 minutes depending on if you made more that one batch or not. Then put hot relish into sterilized jars to within 1/2" of the top and seal. Put the jars directly in hot water bath with water covering at least 1" above the tops of the jars. Bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes. Remove from water bath and let stand 24 to 36 hours. The pepper relish is then ready to eat. You can control how hot or mild by adjusting the type of onions or adding a few more hot banana peppers
Go to recipezaar.com and type in pepper relish. You will get lots of them. (06/21/2006)
Thank you Donna, I may just have to try your great grandmother's recipe!! I'm not into canning, but I may give it a try!
That recipe sounds like the Pepper/Onion relish sold by Harry and David (for a big price). You might want to try the relish mixed with cream cheese for a delicious spread for crackers. (06/28/2006)
I'm actually looking for the appetizer recipe that is on the Harry and David pepper and onion relish jar that contains eggs and condensed milk? Does anyone have this? (01/28/2008)
Here's the appetizer recipe for Joann:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Combine cheese, eggs, milk and relish in bowl. Line 9X13 inch pan with chilies and pour cheese mixture over them. Bake 40 minutes. Cool pan for 5 minutes before cutting into small-sized squares. (11/03/2008)
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