Ingredients for making pickled tomatoes with pepper
For 3 liters of water
- Tomatoes how much
- Bulgarian pepper 500 grams
- Salt 0.5 cups
- Sugar 1.5 cups
- Garlic 3 heads
- Aspirin 1 tablet
- Bitter pepper 1,5 pods
- Vinegar 9% 1.5 cups
- Dill to taste
- Main ingredients: Pepper, Tomato, Garlic
Glass jar, refrigerator, nylon cover, kitchen knife, cutting board, disposable paper towels, garlic press.
Cooking pickled tomatoes with peppers:
Step 1: Prepare the tomatoes.
Rinse the tomatoes properly, cleaning the skin with the soft side of the sponge. Immediately remove insufficiently dense vegetables or those that have time to beat and crack. Dry the ones that remained after selection with paper towels to remove excess moisture.
Step 2: Prepare the pepper.
Rinse well. Remove the stem, divide the vegetables in half and cut the core with seeds, as well as remove the whitish partitions. Rinse the peppers from the inside. Dry the vegetables and divide each half into another 2-3 parts along to make large slices.
Step 3: Kvasim tomatoes with pepper.
At the bottom of a sterilized glass jar, lay dill branches and a pod of hot pepper cut into small pieces. Peel the garlic cloves from the husk and, using a special press, squeeze them to the bottom of the can with other spices.
Lay on top of all the spices tightly to each other, but without fanaticism, tomatoes and slices of bell peppers.
Boil separately and cool to room temperature. Add sugar, salt, vinegar and an aspirin tablet to it. Mix the fill thoroughly until all ingredients are completely dissolved.
Pour the resulting mixture into a jar of tomatoes and bell peppers. Close the workpiece tightly with a capron lid and hide it out of sight, at least 3 weeks. But you need to hide it not somewhere else, but in a refrigerator or other rather cool and dark place.
Step 4: Serve the pickled tomatoes with pepper.
Sour tomatoes with pepper, of course, will not fit on the table as an independent dish, but as an appetizer they are simply wonderful. Tomatoes retain their appearance and become very tasty, so just put them on a separate plate, and there are always those who wish. And do not forget to try it yourself!
Enjoy your meal!
- Use key or bottled water for cooking, but not the water that flows from your tap.
- Do not use iodized salt for souring, as it can give unpleasant bitterness to foods.
- For this recipe, tomatoes of any grade and size are suitable, except, probably, very small.