This recipe works with red beets, too, but golden beets are less likely to stain your fingers or your apron.
Recipe excerpted from The All New Ball Book of Canning and Preserving, published by Oxmoor House (2016).
These tangy and slightly spicy Mexican-style pickles are perfect for snacking or topping tacos. If you like things really spicy, add a few more jalapenos to the mix!
This combination of fresh green tomatoes and cabbage makes an excellent relish that is particularly delicious spooned over grilled chicken.
Roasting develops the natural sugar in the tomatoes and at the same time, evaporates some of the water, allowing the tomato's complex and balanced flavor to shine through. The added chipotle chili pepper adds just the right smokey kick. You won't be able to stop eating this salsa, even when the chips run out! Try it on egg or grilled meat. It's delicious!
These pickles go quickly so you may want to make a few batches. Using the Ball® & McCormick® Dill Pickle Mix assures the perfect flavor every time.
Springtime is pickled asparagus time and this Mediterranean inspired recipe captures the first green sprouts of the season and pickles them to enjoy year-round. Great in salads or paired with creamy cheeses. It also makes a delicious garnish for your next bloody Mary brunch.
This comforting Autumn inspired pumpkin spiced spread is equally delicious on pancakes and waffles as it is on toast and muffins. Spread it between layers of your favorite cake or use it as a healthy substitute in baking.
This salsa recipe uses fresh, crispy corn and jalapeno pepper combined for the ultimate chip companion. Even beloved guacamole will be jealous.
Recipe by Liz Latham of http://hoosierhomemade.com/
This simple recipe is a perfect introduction to brining or fermenting. Choose your favorite vegetable and garden-fresh herbs and let the salt water brine do the preserving work.