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Wonderful Salsa With Peaches

I am a salsa lover and Paul Newmans has a peach salsa that is great, so I went in search of a peach salsa (more tomato then peaches) and couldn't find any. I canned Wonderful Salsa, recipe #9272 last year and decided to try and can my own peach salsa. I would like to thank Jazze22 for sharing her orginal recipe. I thought that with the changes and the fact that I coudln't find one posted, I should post it in case others might be looking for a peach salsa. To reduce the heat, take out the veins and seeds in the peppers. Remember to wear gloves when handeling the peppers. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

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  • Mix all together and bring to a slow boil for 10 minutes.
  • Seal in sterilized jars and cook in a hot water bath for 10 minutes.
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"I am a salsa lover and Paul Newmans has a peach salsa that is great, so I went in search of a peach salsa (more tomato then peaches) and couldn't find any. I canned Wonderful Salsa, recipe #9272 last year and decided to try and can my own peach salsa. I would like to thank Jazze22 for sharing her orginal recipe. I thought that with the changes and the fact that I coudln't find one posted, I should post it in case others might be looking for a peach salsa. To reduce the heat, take out the veins and seeds in the peppers. Remember to wear gloves when handeling the peppers. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do."
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  1. Julie S.
    How long is shelf life?
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  2. appleallen57
    Instead of being sealed in jars can the salsa be saved in the freezer in Ziploc bags?
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  3. anita2222
    this salsa is very good. I made one batch following the recipe except for using mixed hot peppers instead of just jalapeno. The next batch I added some celery leaves, a bit of allspice and some brown sugar. Both batches turned out super. Everyone who tasted it loved it.
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  4. anita2222
    this salsa is very good. I made one batch following the recipe except for using mixed hot peppers instead of just jalapeno. The next batch I added some celery leaves, a bit of allspice and some brown sugar. Both batches turned out super. Everyone who tasted it loved it.
    Reply
  5. Doing it Right
    I am a salsa lover and Paul Newmans has a peach salsa that is great, so I went in search of a peach salsa (more tomato then peaches) and couldn't find any. I canned Wonderful Salsa, recipe #9272 last year and decided to try and can my own peach salsa. I would like to thank Jazze22 for sharing her orginal recipe. I thought that with the changes and the fact that I coudln't find one posted, I should post it in case others might be looking for a peach salsa. To reduce the heat, take out the veins and seeds in the peppers. Remember to wear gloves when handeling the peppers. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
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