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This was so tasty I joined Recipezaar so I could let everyone know. I love to jar goodies from my garden and this recipe is a keeper! It is flexible (you can make it spicy or not) and far better than any relish you can but in a store. AND it uses zucchini from my garden!! The flavor literally made my mouth water. It also has some crunch and is a wonderful accompaniment to fish and pork. I even put some in tuna salad and it made it out of this world. I will definitely make it again.
This is a sweet and sour relish. Not quite what I was expecting or what I prefer, but it is a nicely balanced and textured relish if the sweet & sour is your preference.
This was pretty tasty. Next time I think I will rinse better after the soaking as it was a little bit salty in flavor. I followed the recipe with the exception of using 1/8 cup Tabasco Chipotle' sauce instead of the 1/4 cup of Frank's. The heat was perfect and the hint of smokey flavor from the chipotle' makes it really tasty on Fajitas, tacos or enchiladas in place of salsa. I will make this again.
This relish is so good! I made it last year and was gone before winter. This year I am making a double batch. I ate it on everything....Hamburg, hotdogs, fish, chicken.....Love it....Just made one batch today and will be making more this week. I don't want to run out this year!