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You planted a garden this year or love getting fresh produce from the farmer’s markets, and now you want to preserve some of it. We put together a top 10 list of our favourite preserving recipes using a variety of popular vegetables to help give you a taste of summer all winter long.
Give the green beans from your garden a longer life by pickling them! These garlicky pickled green beans are wonderful on an antipasto plate, served alongside a barbecued dinner or as a garnish in a Caesar or Bloody Mary cocktail.
Serve this delicious salsa a variety of ways! Just before serving, add a few drops of hot pepper sauce or chopped canned fruit such as peaches or pineapple.
Make this big batch of tomato sauce, divide and freeze it in usable portions, then pull a packet out of the freezer when you need it to make a weeknight meal. We love using it in our Slow Cooker Lasagne or over pasta.
It’s fun and easy to make your own barbecue condiments at home. This classic sweet relish closely resembles store bought hot dog relishes.
Dilled Carrots are a perennial favourite and can be great addition to a charcuterie board.
Prolong the life of your garden beets by pickling them. These preserved beets are great on salad, as a condiment or on their own straight out of the jar.
No canning required in these delicious quick pickles. Sweet and spicy, they can be enjoyed on the side or on top of your favourite sandwich or burger.
This is a delicious vegetarian antipasto. To vary the flavours, tuna, shrimp, anchovies, mushrooms, olives or olive oil may be added just before serving. While this recipe has been tested to be safe, most traditional antipasto recipes cannot be safely canned at home because they are too low in acid.
Try something a little bit different with these no canning- required spicy and delicious turnip pickles.
Need to use up some green tomatoes? Make these as a treat for yourself or share with others.