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Discover savory canning with these must-try recipes that will upgrade your pantry and meals. Ideal for preserving the rich flavors of your favorite ingredients, these recipes will turn your kitchen into a culinary paradise. Whether you’re new to canning or an experienced pro, you’ll find these savory creations easy to make and hard to resist. Get ready to impress your dinner guests with these delicious homemade delights!

How To Can Salsa With Roasted Garlic

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Adding roasted garlic to your salsa will make it taste much better than the store-bought version, and you can make it all in one large batch, can it, and store it over the winter until your next harvest. Get the Recipe: Roasted Garlic Tomato Salsa.

Oscar Relish Recipe- Surprising Condiment

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I know, I say this for every new recipe I try, but this Oscar Relish is my new favorite food! What can I say, I like food! Don’t judge! 🙂 It is sweet, yet tangy. The perfect condiment to replace boring ketchup! It more resembles a chutney than a relish and is great with meat, fish, chicken, pork and eggs (The list that I have tried so far)! Get the Recipe: Oscar Relish Recipe- Surprising Condiment.

Nuclear Jalapeno Hot Pepper Relish

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Hot Pepper Relish is a fantastic way to make use of all those peppers you’ve harvested at the end of the season. This zesty relish not only adds a burst of flavor to your meals but also ensures that none of your peppers go to waste. It’s incredibly easy to can, allowing you to create a shelf-stable condiment that can be enjoyed long after the growing season has ended. Get the Recipe: Nuclear Jalapeno Hot Pepper Relish.

Chipotle Salsa Recipe

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This chipotle salsa is smoky and spicy with a hint of sweetness. It’s perfect for adding a kick to your tacos, burritos, or even as a dip for chips. The rich, bold flavors come from roasted tomatoes, garlic, and smoky chipotle peppers. It’s a quick way to bring a burst of excitement to any meal. Get the Recipe: Smoky Chipotle Salsa.

Roasted Corn Salsa

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We get a little carried away with all the perfectly spiced meat when eating Mexican food. A great way to incorporate some fiber is through a corn salad rich in vegetables such as black beans, bell peppers, onions, and others while maintaining its authentic taste through the smoky flavors of chipotle. Get the Recipe: Roasted Corn Salsa.

Blueberry Bbq Sauce

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This blueberry BBQ sauce is great for chicken and pork. It enhances the natural sweetness of the berries and adds tangy and smoky flavor. It is such a great way to preserve the flavors of summer. Get the Recipe: Blueberry Bbq Sauce.

Sweet Pepper Relish

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Sweet Pepper Relish is a delightful condiment that brings a burst of flavor to any dish. It’s the perfect way to use up an abundance of bell peppers at the end of the season. This vibrant relish is not only tasty but also incredibly easy to can, making it a convenient addition to your pantry. With its sweet and tangy profile, it can elevate burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs, and more. Get the Recipe: Sweet Pepper Relish

Green Tomato Salsa

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Best use for your last batch of tomatoes of the year! If you’ve ever grown a tomato plant, you know that towards the end of the season, there are still a bunch of green fruits left on the plant, but the weather doesn’t allow them to ripen. What can you do with them? Turn them into an excellent fixing, of course! Get the Recipe: Green Tomato Salsa.

Fermenting Peppers

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Fermenting peppers is a straightforward and rewarding process that can elevate your culinary creations. While it is quite easy to do, it does require a bit of patience. This process is essential for making rich, flavorful hot sauce. By fermenting, you allow the natural flavors of the peppers to develop and intensify, resulting in a deeper and more complex taste. Get the Recipe: Fermenting Peppers.

Quick Pickled Onions

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These quick pickled onions are incredibly simple to make and only take about 5 minutes of your time. Their tangy, slightly sweet flavor and crisp texture make them a versatile addition to a wide range of dishes. They’re not just easy and quick but also absolutely delicious, making them a must-have in your kitchen repertoire. Get the Recipe: Quick Pickled Onions.

Pickled Garlic Scapes, Quick & Canned

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Pickled Garlic Scapes are so easy! They can be canned in a water-bath canner or cold-packed, so there’s no messing with the canning pot and the heat in the kitchen. They’re great on sandwiches, burgers, and salads, or use them on your next charcuterie board! Get the Recipe: Pickled Garlic Scapes.

Quick Pickled Radishes

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Pickled Radishes are super easy. No breaking out the canning pot in the heat of the summer. These are quick-pickled or cold-packed and are the perfect condiment for sandwiches, tacos, charcuterie, and more. Get the Recipe: Pickled Radishes.

Zucchini Relish

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This Zucchini Relish is a crowd-pleaser that never fails to impress. Everyone who tries it falls in love with its unique flavor, and I often receive requests for more. It’s an excellent way to use up all the zucchini from your garden, transforming it into a delicious and versatile condiment. Get the Recipe: Zucchini Relish

Kosher Pickles

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These Kosher Pickles bring the authentic taste of a New York Jewish deli straight to your kitchen. Infused with a robust garlic flavor, these dill pickles are a perfect blend of tangy and savory. The emphasis on garlic gives them a bold, delicious kick that complements the crispness of the cucumbers. Get the Recipe: Kosher Pickles.

How To Make Adobo Sauce

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Chipotles in Adobo Sauce are essential for many Latin dishes. It’s fun and easy to make them at home, and the flavor is much better than the canned version. Get the Recipe: Adobo Sauce.

Cherry Bbq Sauce

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This Cherry BBQ Sauce is fantastic with chicken, pork, and a variety of other proteins! Cherry BBQ Sauce is sweet, thick and smoky. It’s so easy to make too. Get the Recipe: Cherry Bbq Sauce

Canning Peach Salsa

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This fruit salsa is a little sweet, a little spicy, and yummy! Because of its sweet, spicy tones and fruity flavors, it pairs well with fish and other white meat, such as chicken. If you, too, have some peach trees that produce more peaches than you can eat in one season, we want to show you an inventive way of canning them to enjoy it every season, even on Cinco de Mayo! Get the Recipe: Peach Salsa.

Canning Whole Tomatoes

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Learn all about canning whole tomatoes. This step-by-step tutorial is perfect for beginners or those with lots of canning experience. It is one of the easiest ways to preserve lots of tomatoes at one time. Get the Recipe: Canning Whole Tomatoes.

Venison Bone Broth | Venison Stock

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Bone broth is a nutrient-rich liquid made by simmering bones and connective tissue in water with vegetables and herbs. Most people enjoy it as a base for many meals, but some also use it as a warming beverage. Get the Recipe: Venison Bone Broth.

Honey Bbq Sauce

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This Honey BBQ Sauce is not only delicious but also incredibly easy to make. Its sweet and smoky flavor profile makes it a perfect complement to a variety of dishes, from grilled meats to roasted vegetables. The best part is that you can either quick can it for immediate use or water bath can it for longer storage. This versatility ensures that you always have a jar of this flavorful sauce on hand, ready to elevate your meals. Get the Recipe: Honey Bbq Sauce.

Chive Blossom Vinegar

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Chive blossom vinegar adds a delightful touch to your salads and dressings. This recipe is incredibly easy to make and quick, requiring just 10 minutes to prepare. The delicate flavor of chive blossoms infuses the vinegar with a mild, oniony taste that enhances any dish it graces. This simple addition will transform your culinary creations with minimal effort, perfect for giving a special lift to everyday meals. Get the Recipe: Chive Blossom Vinegar.

Chive Vinaigrette |Easy Chive Flower Recipe|

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This Chive Vinaigrette is a delicious chive flower recipe that only takes minutes to make. Great for dressings and marinades. This easy dressing adds a lovely, mild chive flavor to so many dishes. Get the Recipe: Chive Vinaigrette.

Canning Asparagus | How To Can Asparagus

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Canning asparagus is a fantastic way to extend asparagus’ short season. You can enjoy asparagus all year with lots of jars on the pantry shelves. Get the Recipe: Canning Asparagus.

Blueberry Vinegar

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Blueberry vinegar is a flavorful twist on traditional vinegar, created by steeping fresh or frozen blueberries in vinegar. This process infuses the vinegar with the natural sweetness and vibrant flavor of blueberries. The result is a tangy yet sweet condiment that adds a wonderful depth of flavor to dressings, marinades, and sauces. It’s also a refreshing addition to summer drinks, bringing a unique berry zing that elevates any beverage or dish it accompanies. Get the Recipe: Blueberry Vinegar.

Raspberry Vinegar

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Raspberry vinegar is a delicious and versatile condiment that brings a sweet and tangy flavor to a variety of dishes. This vibrant vinegar is perfect for dressing salads, marinating meats, or drizzling over vegetables to enhance their flavor. Its fruity zing can also add an exciting twist to sauces and even desserts. Whether you’re looking to brighten up a simple meal or add a burst of flavor to your cooking, raspberry vinegar is a fantastic choice. Get the Recipe: Raspberry Vinegar.

Canning Ketchup

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Canning ketchup is a fantastic method to capture the vibrant flavors of summer and savor them all year long. This easy recipe is perfect for beginners looking to try their hand at homemade preserves. By making your own ketchup, you can enjoy the rich, tomatoey taste with just the right mix of sweetness and spice whenever you like. Spread it on burgers, dip your fries, or add it to stews for a comforting, homemade touch. It’s a simple way to make every meal a little more special with the taste of summer. Get the Recipe: Canning Ketchup.

Pomodori Verdi

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This green tomato sauce, known as pomodori verdi, is crafted from green, unripe tomatoes, offering a brilliant solution for using up those end-of-season tomatoes that haven’t quite ripened. It’s not made with tomatillos but with actual tomatoes that are still green, bringing a unique, tangy flavor that’s unlike the usual red tomato sauces. This sauce adds a fresh, zesty twist to pasta dishes, acts as a vibrant base for stews, or can be an intriguing alternative to traditional pizza sauce. Get the Recipe: Pomodori Verdi.

Canning Chickpeas | Garbanzos

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Canning chickpeas is a great way to make this versatile ingredient more accessible and convenient for various recipes. By canning them yourself, you always have ready-to-use chickpeas on hand for salads, soups, hummus, and stews. Home-canned chickpeas are fresher, healthier, and can be customized with your favorite spices and seasonings. Enjoy the convenience of having this nutritious ingredient ready to enhance your dishes. Get the Recipe: Canning Chickpeas | Garbanzos.

Canning Chicken Broth | Chicken Stock

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Canning Chicken Broth is a great way to stock your pantry with this essential staple. It’s ideal for enhancing soups, stews, and sauces with rich, savory flavor. Perfect as a winter canning project, it ensures you always have high-quality, preservative-free broth on hand. Utilize leftover chicken bones and vegetables, reduce waste, and enjoy the convenience of homemade broth ready to elevate your favorite recipes. Get the Recipe: Canning Chicken Broth | Chicken Stock

Canning Tomato Soup

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Canning tomato soup is a great way to preserve the flavors of summer for year-round enjoyment. Whether you grow your own tomatoes or purchase them in bulk, canning tomato soup is a cost-effective and easy way to create a pantry staple that you can use in a variety of dishes. Get the Recipe: Canning Tomato Soup

Pickled Green Tomatoes- Quick Canned Or Shelf Stable

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Green tomato pickles are a simple and effective way to use up all those unripe tomatoes at the end of the growing season. These pickles are not just easy to make; they’re also incredibly versatile. You can enjoy them as a tangy snack on their own, chop them up into relishes, toss them into salads for a zesty twist, or use them to add a punch of flavor to sandwiches and burgers. The crisp texture and vibrant flavor of green tomato pickles make them a delightful addition to a variety of dishes, ensuring that none of your green tomatoes go to waste. Get the Recipe: Pickled Green Tomatoes.

Canning Tomatillos

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Canning Tomatillos is an easy way to preserve a large portion of your harvest in one go. This simple process ensures you have a versatile ingredient available all year long. Canned tomatillos are perfect for making salsas, sauces, soups, and stews, adding a unique, slightly tart flavor to your dishes. Enjoy the convenience of having this delicious ingredient ready to use whenever you need it. Get the Recipe: Canning Tomatillos

Canning Beets | How To Can Beets

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Canning beets at home is super easy. These will be the best-tasting beets you’ve ever found in a can—store-bought doesn’t even compare! They’re sweet, tender, and perfect for a quick side. Get the Recipe: Canning Beets.

Garlic Scape Relish

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Garlic scape relish is incredibly easy and a great way to preserve lots of garlic scapes in one recipe. It’s a sweet, mildly garlicky condiment that is great for burgers, hot dogs, and more. Get the Recipe: Garlic Scape Relish

Blackberry Vinaigrette | Salad Dressing

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This blackberry vinaigrette is a quick and easy way to add a burst of flavor to your summer salads. In less than five minutes, you can whip up this dressing that combines the rich, sweet taste of blackberries with a tangy vinaigrette base. It’s perfect for drizzling over fresh greens, adding a fruity twist to traditional salads, or enhancing a grilled vegetable dish. This vinaigrette is not just flavorful but also a beautiful way to dress up your meals, making every salad a special occasion. Get the Recipe: Blackberry Vinaigrette | Salad Dressing.

Blackberry Vinegar

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This blackberry vinegar recipe is a breeze to whip up, needing just 5 minutes and two ingredients! It’s perfect for adding a fruity zing to dressings and marinades or even splashed into sparkling water for a refreshing twist. Simple yet versatile, it’s a fantastic way to elevate your dishes with minimal effort. Give it a try and enjoy the burst of blackberry flavor in your cooking! Get the Recipe: Blackberry Vinegar.

Apricot Bbq Sauce

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This Apricot BBQ Sauce recipe captures the sweet, tangy essence of summer apricots. Easy to make, it’s a tasty way to keep the sunny flavors alive all year round. Whether you choose to can it or freeze it, this sauce holds up well, ensuring you can enjoy a burst of summer freshness whenever you like. Use it to spice up grilled meats or as a zesty dip, and savor the taste of summer any time of the year. Get the Recipe: Apricot BBQ Sauce.

Canning Venison | Canning Deer Meat

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Experience the convenience and flavor of canning venison, a practice cherished for its practicality and taste. Canning meat preserves freshness, frees up freezer space, and offers quick meal solutions. Venison’s unique taste adds a wild, savory twist to classic dishes like stews, soups, and tacos. Get the Recipe: Canned Venison.

Canning Bone Broth {Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Venison}

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Canning bone broth at home is a great way to save money and enjoy superior flavor. Homemade bone broth, made from quality bones and vegetables, is richer and healthier than store-bought stock. By using leftover bones and scraps, you reduce waste and always have a delicious, nutritious base for soups, stews, and more. Once you taste homemade bone broth, you’ll never want to go back to store-bought. Get the Recipe: Canning Bone Broth {Chicken, Beef, Turkey, Venison}

Easy Hot Pickled Peppers

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Pickles go well with most Mexican dishes. Our post guides you through canning your preferred pepper so you can choose your heat level. Easy, delicious with no processing needed, if you store them in the fridge. Get the Recipe: Pickled Peppers.

Crispy Sweet Pickles

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Sweet Pickles are the perfect thing to do with the plethora of cucumbers in your garden! They can be water bath canned or cold packed (quick pickled), for shorter storage! Get the Recipe: Crispy Sweet Pickles

Canning Pinto Beans

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Once we soften our dry beans, we can store them for future use. Doing a whole bunch at a time saves time but, most importantly, money, as dry beans are so cheap, and we use beans so often. Get the Recipe: Canning Pinto Beans.

Canning Potatoes | How To Can Potatoes

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Canning potatoes at home is easier than you think and a great way to enjoy fresh potatoes all year long. This simple process preserves their texture and flavor, making them perfect for soups, stews, casseroles, and more. With home-canned potatoes, you save time and reduce waste, ensuring you always have a high-quality, preservative-free ingredient ready to use in your meals. Get the Recipe: Canning Potatoes | How To Can Potatoes.

Peach Bourbon Bbq Sauce For Canning

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This Peach BBQ Sauce is a delightful way to preserve your peaches, blending their natural sweetness with a hint of bourbon for depth. It’s perfect for glazing ribs, chicken, or pork and makes a fantastic dip or spread. Enjoy the fruity, smoky, and rich flavors of this homemade sauce, which adds a gourmet touch to your BBQ dishes and lets you savor the taste of summer peaches all year round. Get the Recipe: Peach Bourbon Bbq Sauce For Canning.

Quick Pickled Cauliflower

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This quick Pickled Cauliflower is incredibly easy to make and requires no processing jars, making it perfect for beginners. With minimal effort, you can create a tangy, crunchy pickle that enhances salads, sandwiches, snacks, and side dishes. Its versatility and simplicity make it a must-try addition to your kitchen. Enjoy the delightful taste of homemade pickles without the hassle. Get the Recipe: Quick Pickled Cauliflower.

25 Time-Tested Recipes for a Heartwarming After-Church Sunday Supper

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Gather around the table and relive the cherished memories of after-church suppers with these heavenly recipes. Inspired by Grandma’s timeless classics, each dish is a tribute to the comforting, soulful meals that bring families together on Sundays. From praise-worthy plates to divine dishes, these recipes are sure to bless your table and warm your heart. Get ready to savor the flavors of tradition with a modern twist, all while enjoying a touch of nostalgia. They can be started before church and will be done in two hours, maximum after you get home from Sunday Services. Get the Recipes: After Church Suppers.

17 BBQ Main Dishes That Will Leave Your Guests Begging for More

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Fire up the grill and get ready for a BBQ feast that will have everyone talking. From tender ribs to juicy burgers, these BBQ main dishes are designed to impress. Whether you’re hosting a backyard bash or a cozy family dinner, these recipes are sure to be the star of the show. Embrace the smoky flavors and take your grilling skills to the next level. Get the Recipes: BBQ Main Dishes for Dinner.

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