Recipe by WhoLvsYaBby
"Not sure what to do with the last of those green tomatoes from your garden? This recipe will use 'em up and the result is a tasty relish that is flavorful and can be used in place of sweet pickle relish. It can also be used like a side chutney for pork chops or sausage. Makes a great fall/harvest gift for friends and neighbors too."
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apple cider vinegar
seeded and finely chopped green tomatoes
finely chopped red bell peppers
finely chopped red onion
finely chopped Granny Smith apples
4-ounce canning jars with lids and rings
I had a lot of green tomatoes and this recipe came up. I followed the recipe as written except for upping the amount since I had so much and didn't want to waste. I am not a regular salsa person but I loved this one...family also loved it. Will definitely make this again.
This was delicious! I gave out jars to family and friends, everyone loved it. I used items I had in my pantry, I substituted the basil with celery seed, used red delicious apples, yellow onions and green peppers. There was a lot of liquid left after cooking down which I threw out, next time, I will reduce the sugar and apple cider vinegar to 2 1/2 cups each for the 48 servings.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Uncle D's Sweet Piccalilli (Green Tomato Relish)
Serving Size: 1/48 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 48
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 65
** Calories from Fat: 1
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