Canned Tomatoes Also Preservation Cup Juice Optional ¾ Tablespoons Canning Side Dish

Canned Tomatoes

Jaral Castillo. Side Dish. November 15th , 2020.

The traditional forms are whole peeled tomatoes, packed in juice or purée, and ground tomatoes. It only reflects that the juice was made prior to heating.

There is nothing nicer than the flavor of fresh tomatoes. Try chopped or whole tinned tomatoes in our pasta, curry and chilli recipes.

Gallery of Canned Tomatoes

Canned Tomatoes Also Preservation Fresh Leaves Basil Cup Juice ¾ Lemon Side DishCanned Tomatoes And Juice Optional Large Tablespoons Fresh Canning Helps With Side Dish
Canned Tomatoes And Leaves With Helps Optional Juice ¾ Large Tablespoons Side Dish

Canned Tomatoes

These Homemade Canned Tomatoes Are The Best Way To Keep Your Garden Tomatoes Fresh And Ready To Eat And Cook With All Year Long!.


  • 30 large tomatoes
  • 4 tablespoons canning salt
  • 24 fresh basil leaves (optional)
  • ¾ cup lemon juice (optional, helps with preservation)


  1. Sterilize all cans prior to use.
  2. Prepare a large bowl of ice water & set aside.
  3. Boil the tomatoes in batches, (1-2 minutes for each batch.)
  4. You’ll notice the skin begin to split- this makes for easy pealing!
  5. Toss each batch into ice cold water to stop the cooking process. Once cool enough to handle, peel the skin off of the tomatoes and set aside.
  6. Position a strainer over a large bowl, and halve the tomatoes over the strainer so that the excess juices are caught in the bowl. Remove the stems with a knife as well. Set the halved tomatoes on a large plate for now.
  7. Once all of the tomatoes are halved, you may want to let them drain a little more if necessary (we’ll be adding this juice back to the cans)
  8. Let the flat lids of the cans boil lightly, as they need to be hot when you screw them on.
  9. Place a teaspoon of salt, 2 Tablespoons lemon juice, and 2 basil leaves on the bottom of each can. Use a spoon to drop in the tomatoes, (sliced side down if you can). (I added more basil leaves at the top, for visual appeal and more flavor, this isn’t necessary.) Use a knife to remove any air bubbles or excess space.
  10. Pour the tomato juice into each can and leave ½ inch of space from the rim. Place a warm lid on the top and seal shut.
  11. Transfer the jars into a large pot of warm water, so that the contents is mostly submerged with just the lids poking up at the top. Bring the water to a gentle boil for 85 minutes, covered. Remove them from the water and let them cool for 24 hours. Check the lids to make sure they’re sealed, then store until ready for use! :)

Whole tomatoes are peeled, diced and seasoned lightly with a dash of sea salt.

Canned Tomatoes And Canning Leaves Optional Juice Tablespoons Lemon Fresh Helps Side Dish

Rate This : Canned Tomatoes

98 out of 100 based on 380 user ratings

Trending Articles Similar to Canned Tomatoes

Instant Pot Steamed Artichokes

Instant Pot Steamed ArtichokesFeb 14, 2021 | Taleen Baker

Slow Cooker Hot And Sour Soup

Slow Cooker Hot And Sour SoupFeb 27, 2021 | Kiani Foster

Whole Roasted Cabbage

Whole Roasted CabbageFeb 21, 2021 | Keandra Brown

Creamy Cucumber Salad

Creamy Cucumber SaladFeb 28, 2021 | Kailyn Rogers
Instant Pot Potato Salad
Instant Pot Potato SaladFeb 10, 2021 | Shanedra Taylor
Egg Fried Rice Recipe
Egg Fried Rice RecipeFeb 23, 2021 | Kaylen Ruiz

Related Posts to Canned Tomatoes

Shrimp Salad Recipe

Read More

Keto Brussels Sprouts With Bacon

Read More

Instant Pot Steamed Artichokes

Read More

Sautéed Mushrooms Recipe

Read More

Easy Steamed Broccoli

Read More

Crispy Potato Wedges

Read More

Best Instant Pot Baked Beans – No Soaking

Read More

Classic Macaroni Salad

Read More
The Best Instant Pot Scalloped Potatoes
Read More
Crispy Air Fryer Potatoes
Read More

Leave Your Reply on Canned Tomatoes

Share It

About  ♦ Contact  ♦ Cookie Policy  ♦ Privacy  ♦ Sitemap
Copyright © 2019. Fantastic Flavour. All Rights Reserved.

Any content, trademark/s, or other material that might be found on this site that is not this site property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does LocalHost claim ownership or responsibility for such items and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.