Friday, August 19, 2016

Salsa Time... Joe's Mango Salsa



Joe's Mango Salsa
Found on put-a-lid-on-it.blogspot

1 diced green bell pepper 

1 diced red bell pepper 

2 minced jalapenos 

1/2 diced Vidalia onion 

4 minced cloves garlic 

5 cups diced mango 

1/2 bunch chopped cilantro 

1 Tbsp pickling salt 

1/2 tsp cumin 

1/4 tsp coriander 

dash each white, black and cayenne peppers 

1 cup lime juice 

1 cup rice vinegar

Sterilize 3 pint jars, lids and rings, hold in a 200 degree oven. In a small pot, sweat peppers, onion and garlic until onion is translucent. (I'm adding this step in hindsight, as we canned all of the ingredients fresh and ended up with a lot of air bubbles in the middle of the jar. I think cooking the vegetables will prevent this from happening.) 

Add all ingredients together and mix well. Ladle into jars- we had a little extra- wipe off rims, attach lids and rings and process 10 minutes.

2 comments:

  1. Mmm...love mango salsa. Mine doesn't last long enough to worry about the air bubbles.

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  2. I have a mango salsa recipe that I would LOVE to can. It has black beans and corn in it. Do I have to pressure cook it then, and how long would you think? Or if I cook it all first will it be okay to water bath it?

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