Saturday, September 3, 2016

Tomato Tomahto... Marinated Tomatoes

Marinated Tomatoes 
Found on Canning Craze 


12-15 tomatoes 

4+1/2 cups filtered water 

2 tablespoons vinegar

2 tablespoons sugar 

1+1/3 tablespoons salt 

10 black peppercorns 

4-5 cloves Dill 

You’ll need 2 liter or 64 ounce jar. Prepare it by washing in a hot soapy water, and let it dry in a preheated oven. 


Start with packing dill flowers on the bottom of the hot jar. Immediately pack tomatoes tightly into the hot jar as well. Fill the jar with boiling filtered water to 1/2 inch of top (approx. 4 +1/2 cups of water). Immediately drain the water into the medium pot, add salt, sugar, vinegar, peppercorns, cloves, and bring to boil. Once the liquid is boiling, top tomatoes with dill flowers, fill the jar with boiling liquid to cover tomatoes once again, seal. It takes up to 3 weeks for tomatoes to marinate. 

Marinated Tomatoes go great with Buckwheat Kasha, Rice Pilaf, Roasted Potatoes, and pretty much everything that goes good with pickles.

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