This jelly is a lovely accompaniment to crackers and cream cheese. You can use any kind of wine, red or white.
Spicy Refrigerator Dill Pickles
No canning expertise is needed to make these spicy refrigerator pickles.
Raw Fermented Beets
The health benefits of fermented foods are well established, and they're tasty to boot! If you're lucky enough to have a bumper crop of beets, try this easy recipe.n Once beets are fermented, store in the refrigerator for up to 3 months.
Spicy Cabbage Kimchi
Kimchi, a popular Korean dish, is best described as a spicy, slightly sweet, pickled or fermented cabbage. I spent a year in South Korea and fell in LOVE with Kimchi! My friend Myong was kind enough to share her recipe and technique with me. Some ingredients may not be readily available in your local supermarket. Look for Kimchi (Fish) Sauce and Korean chili powder in Asian markets or online. Use kimchi in stir fries or your favorite Korean dishes.
This is a recipe I came up with by combining two of my favorite recipes into one awesome recipe. You can make this salsa as hot as you want by adding more peppers.
Red and Green Christmas Jalapeno Jelly
This is a beautiful jelly of red bell peppers and green jalapenos. It's a perfect relish to many holiday favorites, or serve it with cream cheese on a cracker.
Quick-Pickled Spicy Asparagus
I love pickled asparagus but got tired of spending so much money on tiny little jars and decided to pickle my own. I also like it spicy but feel free to halve the crushed red pepper or omit it altogether if spice is not your thing.
Raspberry Habanero Jam
This jam is delicious poured over a block of cream cheese and served with crackers. The heat from the peppers and the sweetness of the sugar and berries complement each other perfectly. A simple and unique appetizer or game-day snack. This raspberry habanero sauce is also wonderful on top of vanilla ice cream!
Tomato Harvest Marinara Sauce
Fresh-tasting, Italian-style marinara sauce is a winter luxury, so why not try canning your own? It is a process to make this canned version, but it's oh-so worth it as each jar lasts up to a year! You'll love discovering a hidden jar of this sauce in your pantry in January. Vary the amounts of garlic and spices according to your family's taste. Use this as a base sauce and add sausage, ground turkey, and other spices.