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Red Pepper Relish


  • 24 sweet red peppers ground, save juice
  • 12 medium onions ground
  • 3 cups white vinegar
  • 3 cups sugar
  • 2 TB salt
  • 2 TB mustard seed


    1. Drain some juice from peppers
    2. Combine all ingredients
    3. Bring to a boil
    4. Simmer 20 minutes
    5. Process 30 minutes
    6. Added 2 TB cloves
    7. Added 2 jalapenos (better without for most people) It's hot!
    8. Use old fashioned meat grinder - coarse blade. It gets too fine with processor.

Red Pepper Relish

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