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Canned Tomatoes Without Spices


Ingredients for Cooking Canned Tomatoes without Spices

1 liter can

  1. Small Tomatoes
  2. Acetic essence 1 teaspoon

For brine per 1 liter of water

  1. Sugar 2 tablespoons
  2. Salt 1 tablespoon
  • Main Ingredients Tomato

Inventory:

Stewpan, glass jar with a lid, a thin blanket or plaid.

Cooking canned tomatoes without spices:

Step 1: Prepare the tomatoes.


For preparation according to this recipe, small tomatoes are best suited. Choose ripe, resilient vegetables, without visible damage, cracks and dents, as well as no signs of decay or mold. Rinse the selected tomatoes thoroughly, rinsing them with warm running water several times.

Step 2: Preserve tomatoes without spices.


Arrange the prepared tomatoes in sterilized glass jars, pour them with boiling water, cover with lids and leave on 20 minutes.
At the same time, prepare the brine. To do this, boil clean water in a saucepan and, adding salt and granulated sugar to it, dissolve them without residue.
Drain the cans of tomatoes from the water in which they stood 20 minutesand then fill them with freshly cooked and still boiling brine. Add vinegar essence to each jar and cover your tomatoes tightly with lids.
Turn over the workpieces and place them upside down on the covers. Wrap them with a blanket or thin blanket (old clothes are also suitable). Leave the canned tomatoes to cool on 10 hours in this form, and after the "fur coat" can be removed, and the cans themselves with the blanks put in a dark cool place, to your other pickles and jams, prepared for the winter.

Step 3: Serve canned tomatoes without spices.


Canned tomatoes, even without spices, turn out to be very tasty and are eaten just instantly, and the brine just as quickly disappears from the jar. Yeah, such a blank for the winter does not stale for a long time.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- For the preparation of brine, use clean water: spring water, bottled, and if from a tap, then filtered.

- If you really want, then you can add spices, any, at your discretion, but in my opinion, the tomatoes so turn out very tasty, like the pickle from under them.