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Canning Peach Salsa is way easier than you imagine and how nice would it be to have your own homemade salsa? So much better than the commercial stuff!

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We go through about a half a ton of salsa around this house in a year! Needless to say, I make salsa out of everything!

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I have made cherry salsa, citrus salsa, various tomato salsa, salsa verde, even green tomato salsa. But I don’t know if anything beats this peach salsa.

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It is sweet and spicy at the same time and goes with just about any food! A favorite of friends and family alike. I especially love it with my Steak and Chorizo Taquitos.

We have 4 peach trees, all of which are late season, so the end of August and beginning of September, I am up to my eyeballs in peaches! What to do with them all?

As many things as I can come up with! This year I made a delicious Peach Bourbon BBQ sauce. I also found a cool recipe online for Oscar Relish which is amazing!

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What type of peaches should I use?

When canning peach salsa, the best peaches to use are the peaches you have. They will all make delicious salsa. The only thing I would advise, is that it is better to use peaches when they are in season.

Buying peaches from the grocery store, in the off season, is not advisable. The peaches have much less flavor than fresh, in season, peaches.

What you need

  • white vinegar – you could substitute bottled lime juice or lemon juice for the vinegar.
  • peaches
  • jalapenos
  • red onion
  • red pepper
  • garlic
  • parsley or cilantro
  • fresh oregano
  • honey
  • cumin
  • cayenne pepper
Ingredients for peach salsa; red onion, peaches, bell pepper, jalapenos, cayenne pepper, cumin, oregano, garlic, parsley white vinegar, honey.Pin

How to make it

Step One

Chop up vegetables. Sterilize jars in water bath canning pot.

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Chop vegetables.

Step Two

Peel, deseed, halve and chop peaches.

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Peel and chop peaches.

Step Three

Immediately add to large stainless steel pot. Add vinegar. Add remaining ingredients, except fresh herbs.

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Add all ingredients.

Step Four

Bring to boil, low boil about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until some of the juice cooks down. Add fresh parsley or cilantro and oregano. Cook a couple more minutes.

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Add herbs.

Step Five

Ladle hot salsa into hot jars using a canning funnel. Leave ½ inch headspace. (The space between the top of salsa and the rim of the jar.)

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Salsa added to jars.

Step Six

Remove air bubbles with wooden or plastic tool. Wipe rims with damp paper towel.

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Wipe rim.

Center lid on jars and screw bands fingertip tight. Place jars in your boiling water bath canner. Process jars for 15 minutes. Allow to sit in hot water an additional 5 minutes.

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Allow jars to sit on counter undisturbed for 24 hours. Check seal. If lid flexes up or down, jar did not seal properly and should be stored refrigerated. Use those jars first.

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Pro tips for success

  • Use whatever fresh, in season peaches, you can source. It’s important that they are in season, for best flavor.
  • Add vinegar to peaches immediately, to minimize browning.
  • You can use any bell pepper you have, red just adds a lot of color.
  • If you don’t like cilantro, substitute flat leaf parsley.
  • Use fresh, local honey, if you can find some. It is healthier and is suggested to help with seasonal allergies.
  • Dried oregano and parsley or cilantro can be substituted for fresh, you will need to add less.

Great ways to use Peach Salsa

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Canning Peach Salsa Red and green bowl shaped like pepper filled with colorful peach salad, with hand dipping chip into salsaPin

Canning Peach Salsa

Canning Peach Salsa is way easier than you imagine and how nice would it be to have your own homemade salsa? So much better than the commercial stuff!
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5 from 6 votes
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Course: Appetizer, sauce
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Servings: 192 tablespoons
Calories: 5kcal
Author: Beth Neels
Cost: $12


  • 3/4 cup white vinegar
  • 9 cups chopped, pitted and peeled peaches about 10-12 medium peaches
  • 1 1/4 cup red onion, chopped medium
  • 3 large jalapeno peppers, with seeds, finely chopped, about 3/4 cup
  • 1 large red bell pepper, seeded and chopped, about 1 1/2 cup See notes
  • 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
  • 1/2 cup freshly chopped parsley
  • 3 Tbsp fresh oregano
  • 3 Tbsp honey
  • 1 Tbsp ground cumin
  • 3/4 tsp ground cayenne pepper


  • In large saucepan, combine all ingredients, except fresh herbs.
  • Bring to boil over high heat, stirring occasionally.
  • Boil gently until slightly thickened, about 10 minutes.
  • Add parsley and oregano, continue to cook a few more minutes
  • Remove from heat.
  • Add hot salsa to hot jars. Wipe rims with damp paper towel.
  • Place lids on jars. Screw on bands and tighten to fingertip tight.
  • Process pint jars 15 minutes, for sea level. Adjust times for about 3000 ft.
  • Salsa will last in the refrigerator for about 1 week. If you are canning, follow the instructions here.
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Makes 6 pints.
Use any sweet, fresh, in season peaches you can find.
If you don’t have red pepper, use any color bell pepper you have. The red just looks great with the yellow peaches.
Try to find free stone peaches for easy preparation.
Add vinegar to peaches as soon as they are cut up and added to pot, to minimize browning.
Test lids for seal. Press center of lid down in the middle. If it flexes up and down, jar is not sealed.
If lids have not sealed, store those jars in refrigerator and consume those jars first.
Store sealed jars in a cool place.


Calories: 5kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Potassium: 19mg | Vitamin A: 70IU | Vitamin C: 2.1mg | Calcium: 3mg | Iron: 0.1mg
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Originally published September 26, 2017. Updated May 25, 2022


  1. I’ve read about not using white peaches in any canning venture. Do you find that they are ok to use? I’ve used them in the past and have no problem but I’ve been reading that the ph level is not adequate for canning? surprises me cuz I’ve been doing it for about 5 years. Now it worries me! 🙁

    1. You could check your pH, is you have a pH meter. We don’t use white peaches since we have 3 yellow peach trees. If you have a white peach tree, we suggest contacting your local extension agency and see if they can help.

      There a couple other alternatives. You could pressure it but I fear it will lose a lot of texture. They other option is to can small batches and refrigerate them. They will last months, unopened, if refrigerated. Hope the helps

  2. 5 stars
    Peaches are my #1 favorite summer fruit — so I really appreciate this salsa and being able to can a batch to enjoy in the dead of winter! Genius, Beth!

  3. 5 stars
    We have an order of peaches to pick up next weekend and I can’t wait to give this recipe a try! It sounds delicious!

  4. 5 stars
    You have 4 peach trees?!? Oh my goodness, am I ever jealous – what a wonderful dilemma to be up to your eyeballs in gorgeous, fresh peaches! This recipe is a delightful way to use them – so many layers of flavors, and what a nice little burst of summer sunshine to enjoy mid-winter!

  5. 5 stars
    This peach salsa looks so delicious! I have a bunch of peach trees, so I’m always looking for new peach recipes! Can’t wait to give this a try!

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