However you say it or however you spell it....It's delicious!
We stewed up some tamaters yesterday for future recipes.....Unfortunately I didn't grow these babies in my garden. Last year I only got two then the plant died. My soil here is like clay so, there is nowhere to grow them except a container...Which I killed accidentally. I am new to tamater gardening.
Someday...prayerfully we will have a garden where I can plant food.
Okay, okay...So I got some tamaters, washed them....
then boiled them for 1 1/2 minutes until the skins cracked
After they are boiled, I placed them in cold water and peeled the skins completely off.
It is very easy! I prepared my canner with water and brought it to a boiling simmer. In the meantime, I cored the tamaters and cut them into bite sized chunks, poured them into a clean pot with juice, seeds and all bringing it to a boiling simmer for 15 minutes adding salt, pepper and sugar to taste.
Once they were finished simmering I poured the tamaters into prepared canning jars with lids, placed them into the canner, submerging the jars into the boiling water bath and processed them for 35 minutes.
Voila! They are now stored awaiting to be used in a meal. Yummy!
I can't wait to make a delicious dish for my family using these wholesome goodies.
Here are some ideas for you to use stewed tamaters in your recipes:
Pour stewed tomatoes over macaroni
Use it to make Tamater Soup
Make homemade Tamater sauce
Use it in Roasts
Make homemade ketchup
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