Nanny Wile's Apple Chow

"When you don't want to waste those last few just turning a bit red tomatoes, at the end of the season, here's a recipe!!"
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Ready In:
6-8 pints




  • If tomatoes are even partially ripe, peeling is recommended to avoid tough, stringy bits forming during cooking. Slice peeled tomatoes; sprinkle with salt and let stand for several hours or overnight. Drain well.
  • Peel, core and quarter apples and stick a clove in each quarter. Peel and slice onions, Stir in sugar, vinegar and water. Mix to combine. Bring to a boil, reduce heat and cook slowly for about 3 hours. stir often to avoid scorching.
  • Ladle into hot, steriized jars, leaving 1/2 inch headspace. Seal with 2-piece lids, allowing 10 minutes processing time.
  • Process in hot water bath 10 minutes.

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