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How to Jar Tomatoes in 6 Simple Steps Slideshow

How to Jar Tomatoes in 6 Simple Steps Slideshow


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How to jar and perserve your own tomatoes in just a few, easy steps

Clean Tomatoes

Wash well. Slice in half and scoop out most of the seeds (if they are large, cut in half again or into chunks.) Toss into a colander to drain.

Prepare the Jars

Wrap the jars in newspaper (to prevent banging around in the pot). Place the jars in the biggest pot you have — it must be deep enough to fully submerge the jars. Only if your pot is tall enough can you add a rack on top of your jars and add a second layer. Do not stack jars without a rack.

Drop Jars Into Boiling Water

Fill the pot with water 1 inch above the jars. Bring to a boil and continue for 30 minutes. Then shut off the heat, keeping the jars in the water to cool completely before removing.

Picking Tomatoes

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Pick tomatoes when ripe. Leave in a cool, dry place to deepen in flavor and mature for a couple of days. Once they are nice and soft and deep red, it's time to jar.

Storage

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Store jars in a cool dark place for up to a year and a half. Enjoy your tomatoes all year round.

Jarring

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In a clean jar, pack in your tomatoes nice and tight using a wooden spoon to push out all the air between the tomatoes. This process is very important — be thorough. When jars are full to the top, add a pinch of salt and tightly close the lid.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.


Easy Homemade Tomato Chutney

Tomato chutney is a great way to store that glut of tomatoes that happens every time this year. And best of all it's delicious!

I picked up this recipe for free at my local supermarket. It's fast, simple, cheap and tasty, perfect for eating with cheeses and cold meats, or added to sandwiches to make them more interesting.

Had a bad, wet summer? Tomatoes not ripened? You might like my green tomato chutney instructable instead.