This was the first time I had made hot relish and it was a great hit! I am definitly making this again but next time I'm going to add more hot peppers as people in my family like it extremely hot. Great tasting relish!
I just made this and cannot quit eating it! (It hasn't even cooled down yet!) Only used 3/4 cup sugar and it is still very sweet, 5 seeded peppers and 1 with seeds (hot peppers, unknown variety, donated by neighbor - long, green and red, about the size of a banana pepper). Eating on multi grain tostitos but can imagine on burgers, eggs, block cheese, cream cheese, pizza. . . thanks for posting!
This is a great way to use up old, sprouted onions rather than throwing them out. I used 1/2 c. cider vinegar, 3-4 onions, 1 yellow bell pepper, sugar (1/2 c. white, 1/4 c. brown), 2 cloves garlic, one jalapeno and some salt. Whoah! Plenty hot for me. Really good. Thank you!
I omit the corn starch. This recipe is fantastic and you just don't need it. I also use 2/3 cups sugar. The last batch I made the peppers were not really spicy enough for my taste so I added a generous amount of cayenne pepper to the mix and it was great!!! My favorite is to use it on either hamburgers or hot dogs! Also makes a great gift.
This recipe came out good, but the stated yield is definitely off. I used the maximum number of hot peppers and some huge bell peppers and onions, and ended up with 4 pints, not 6. So for anyone who is going to can this, prep 4 pint jars!
I used the long, slender hot peppers from my neighbors garden, 1 green bell pepper, 1 red bell pepper.This is a good relish, better than store bought. I gave some to my neighbor, after all they were her peppers.