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Homemade Canned Salsa

AuthorMaria
Chips and Homemade Salsa
Yields1 Serving
 14 cups tomatoes, washed and cored (no need to peel, chop, or drain them)
 3 cups onions, quartered
 ½ cup chili peppers (optional)
 3 cups green, yellow, or red sweet peppers
 10 garlic cloves, peeled
 1 cup tomato sauce
 1 cup ketchup
 ¾ cup vinegar
 10 tbsp cornstarch or arrowroot powder
 2 ½ tbsp salt
 1 tbsp chili powder
 1 ½ tsp ground cumin
1

Place tomatoes, onion, peppers, and garlic in a large food processor and process until chopped. Set aside.

2

Combine remaining ingredients in a large pot. Cook just below medium heat for 30-60 minutes, until the sauce is thick and dark. (If sauce is not thickening up at this point, add more cornstarch or arrowroot powder, stir and cook some more until thickened.) Remove from heat. Add chopped vegetables to sauce and stir until combined.

3

Ladle salsa into hot sterilized pint jars, leaving 1/2-inch headspace at the top. Seal with sterilized lids and process jars in boiling water bath for 35 minutes. (NOTE: If this is your first time canning, it would be worthwhile to either check out Canning 101 on the Ball website or one of the Ball canning books.)

Ingredients

 14 cups tomatoes, washed and cored (no need to peel, chop, or drain them)
 3 cups onions, quartered
 ½ cup chili peppers (optional)
 3 cups green, yellow, or red sweet peppers
 10 garlic cloves, peeled
 1 cup tomato sauce
 1 cup ketchup
 ¾ cup vinegar
 10 tbsp cornstarch or arrowroot powder
 2 ½ tbsp salt
 1 tbsp chili powder
 1 ½ tsp ground cumin

Directions

1

Place tomatoes, onion, peppers, and garlic in a large food processor and process until chopped. Set aside.

2

Combine remaining ingredients in a large pot. Cook just below medium heat for 30-60 minutes, until the sauce is thick and dark. (If sauce is not thickening up at this point, add more cornstarch or arrowroot powder, stir and cook some more until thickened.) Remove from heat. Add chopped vegetables to sauce and stir until combined.

3

Ladle salsa into hot sterilized pint jars, leaving 1/2-inch headspace at the top. Seal with sterilized lids and process jars in boiling water bath for 35 minutes. (NOTE: If this is your first time canning, it would be worthwhile to either check out Canning 101 on the Ball website or one of the Ball canning books.)

Homemade Canned Salsa

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