|by Lynne Mullins|
A collection of quick, easy and delicious recipes for every occasion. From spicy deep-fried quail to baked red mullet with shallots and Jerusalem ...
1 - 10 of 73 for hot pepper pear relish
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Wash and pick ... not over-ripe. Peel pears and onions. Grind ... mixing bowl. Seed peppers and put through ... rinse. Put whole hot pepper through chopper ... hot you like relish - leave out ... 8 to 10 quarts.
Grind pears, pepper and onions together, ... Squeezing all juice from par mixture - add the mixture to the vinegar syrup. Cook until clear, seal in jars.
Put pears, onions and peppers through food chopper. ... Bring to boil and continue cooking about half an hour after it boils. Stir frequently. Seal in jars.
Peel pears; slice and ... juice. Grind onions, peppers and mix with ... minutes after bringing to boil. Stir often. Put in jars. Good with purple hull peas.
Grind together the pears, peppers, cabbage and onions. Add remaining ingredients, pepper to taste, cook for 30 minutes. Place into caning jars.
Grind pears (drain off juice). Grind onions and peppers. Add all ... Cook about 30 minutes or until thick. Dip up into jars. Seal. Makes about 12 pints.
Mix pears, onions and peppers in porcelain pan ... sterilized. Place in hot bath cooker with ... check seals. Let relish mellow 4-6 weeks ... Makes about 11 pints.
Peel pears before grinding. Mix ... minutes. Pack into hot jars. Put on cap and screw band firmly tight. Process in water bath for 10 minutes. Yield 10 pints.
Peel, quarter, and core pears. Force pears, peppers and onions through ... More or less hot peppers as desired. ... to 18 pints. (THIS WON A BLUE RIBBON!)
Grind pears in the food chopper. Chop the onions and peppers. Mix the ingredients and cook for 39 minutes. This relish can be put up in jars and stored.
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