Harvested a bunch of jalapenos, cherry peppers and cayennes today...decided to make some hot pepper relish. Has a pretty good kick and a great flavor, cannot wait to try it on a burger...and a brat...and a hot dog...and????
Can I send you my mailing address ;-)
I do Love Ottawa....
Come up for a visit, I'll provide a roof, bed and meals if you bring some relish!
Let's wait until the Sens hit the ice and we can grab some Molsons too!
Forget driving, this is when we need a transporter beam. Like they say......."Beam me up Scotty". Instant relish! :)
Looks awesome! Care to share your recipe?
Sure- it's super easy. Process your jars/bands/lids for canning.
The recipe calls for 5 cups chopped/ground hot peppers and 5 cups bell pepper, but I do not know anyone who uses garden space/container space for bell peppers :) so I use all hot peppers.
10 cups chopped (I use a food processor) peppers
2 Large yellow onions Chopped
2 cups sugar
2 1/2 cups Distilled White Vinegar
4 tsp pickling salt
4 tsp mustard seed
Combine all ingredients in a large stock pot/sauce pan, mix well and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and continue a slow rolling boil for 30 minutes. Ladle into pint jars, seal lids and process in a boiling water bath for 15 minutes.
Awesome! Thanks, simsedward!
Sounds like a pretty tasty relish simsedward. Looks like it needs some garlic though.
Great looking relish simsedward! I saved the recipe to my clippings file and hope to try it later this season.
Thanks for sharing.
Good tip..I will add some garlic in the next batch!