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Canning Jalapeno Peppers

I am looking for a recipe for canning jalapenos.

By mpeggy66

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August 3, 20100 found this helpful
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This is the simplest recipe that I have found for canning Jalapeno Peppers.

Step 1
Wash them.

Step 2
Pack them into canning jars. You can put them in whole, or (as I do) slice them up first. If you like, poke a clove of garlic in the jar.

Step 3
I add 1/2 teaspoon salt if putting them up in pint jars or 1 teaspoon for quarts.

Step 4
Mix White Vinegar and water in a saucepan. 1 cup water to 2 cups vinegar. Bring to a hard rolling boil.

Step 5
Pour into jars to cover peppers.

Step 6
Secure lids with bands, and invert them on a towel. You can turn them over in about 20 minutes or just let them cool completely before turning. This makes it easy to do one jar or several.

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August 24, 20100 found this helpful

Does that recipe need to be water bathed or is it just hot packed? its very simple I would like to try it we always have a ton of jalapenos. How does it taste?

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