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Pressure Canning for Beginners and Beyond: Safe, Easy Recipes for Preserving Tomatoes, Vegetables, Beans and Meat

Pressure Canning for Beginners and Beyond: Safe, Easy Recipes for Preserving Tomatoes, Vegetables, Beans and Meat

by Angi Schneider
Pressure Canning for Beginners and Beyond: Safe, Easy Recipes for Preserving Tomatoes, Vegetables, Beans and Meat

Pressure Canning for Beginners and Beyond: Safe, Easy Recipes for Preserving Tomatoes, Vegetables, Beans and Meat

by Angi Schneider

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Overview

Create Your Home-Preserved Pantry with Nearly 100 Recipes & Beautiful Photographs Throughout

Imagine lining your shelves with made-from-scratch jars of garlicky tomato sauce, flavor-packed baked beans, ready-to-eat stew or peak-summer veggies. Pressure canning is an easy, delicious way to feed your family, and with the wisdom of preserving expert Angi Schneider, anyone can master this affordable, time-saving practice.

Start with Pressure Canning 101, where Angi shares all of her best tips and tricks from 25+ years of experience. You’ll learn the ins and outs of your canner, as well as how to avoid botulism to ensure that your canned goods are safe to eat. Angi then shares in-depth guides and tons of creative, safe recipes for the most popular foods for canning—tomatoes, veggies, legumes (including beans), meats and soups. Everything you need to know is presented in Angi’s ultra-practical, easy-to-follow style. Forget overpriced takeout and premade grocery store meals. Instead, enjoy dinner in an instant with Butternut Squash and White Bean Soup, Swedish Meatballs or Pot Roast in a Jar. Share shelf-stable chicken broth with an under-the-weather neighbor or gift a grab-and-go gumbo to a friend. As Angi says, canning and community go hand in hand!

This trusty, all-in-one handbook, packed with information and recipes, is one you will return to again and again as you create your very own self-sufficient pantry.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781645673408
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
Publication date: 10/05/2021
Pages: 208
Sales rank: 27,774
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Angi Schneider is the author of The Ultimate Guide to Preserving Vegetables. On her blog, SchneiderPeeps, she writes about her adventures in gardening, real-food cooking, preserving, herbalism and more. She has also written for Countryside. Angi lives on a 1.5-acre homestead with her family on the Gulf Coast of Texas.

Table of Contents

Introduction 9

Pressure Canning 101 13

Parts of a Pressure Canner 13

Types of Pressure dinners 14

Jars, Lids and Other Canning Equipment 16

Water Bath versus Pressure Canning 18

About Botulism 20

Temperature and Altitude 21

Grandmas Ways 22

Acidity 22

How to Pressure Can 24

Getting Creative 28

Tomatoes 31

The Celebrity Vegetable

Special Considerations 31

Recommended Acids for Tomato Products 32

Best Tomatoes for Canning 32

Preparing Tomatoes for Canning 32

How to Can Plain Tomatoes 34

Tomatoes Canning Chart 36

Recipes

Garlic-Herb Tomato Sauce 37

Tomato and Vegetable Juice 39

Classic Stewed Tomatoes 40

Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilies 42

Chunky Spaghetti Sauce with Meat 43

Italian-Style Tomatoes 44

Curry Sauce 45

Creole Sauce 47

Vegetables 49

Preserving the Garden Harvest

Which Vegetables Can Be Pressure Canned? 49

Preparing Vegetables for Canning 50

How to Can Vegetables 51

Recommended Amounts, Preparation and Processing Times for Vegetables 52

Recipes

Honey-Spiced Pumpkin 55

Maple Ginger-Glazed Carrots 57

Southern Okra and Tomatoes 58

Country-Style Green Beans 59

Pantry-Stocking Sliced Mushrooms 60

Mediterranean Zucchini and Tomatoes 62

Tex-Mex Corn 63

Enchilada Sauce 65

Cream-Style Corn 66

Succotash 68

Kid-Friendly Peas and Carrots 69

Garden Vegetable Mix 70

Legumes 73

Beans, Peas, Lentils and More

What Are Legumes? 73

To Soak or Not to Soak? 74

How to Can Legumes 76

Legumes Canning Chart 77

Recipes

Refried Beans 78

Charro Beans 79

Simple Baked Beans 81

Pork and Beans 82

Southwestern Hummus in a Jar 83

Black Bean and Corn Salsa 84

Cajun Red Beans 85

Butter Beans and Ham 87

Black-Eyed Peas with Ham 88

Cajun Boiled Peanuts 89

Beef and Pork 91

From Breakfast to Dinner

Preparing Beef and Pork for Canning 92

Canning Cured Meats 93

Meat Strips, Cubes and Chunks 93

Packing Jars of Ground Meat 94

How to Can Beef and Pork 95

Recommended Amounts, Preparation and Processing Times for Beef Pork, Lamb, Veal and Mutton 96

Recipes

Pot Roast in a Jar 97

Tender Pork Loin 98

Beef Pot Pie Filling 99

Traditional Mincemeat Pie Filling 101

Sloppy Joes 102

BBQ Brisket 103

Eye of Round Steak with Onion Gravy 104

Beef in Wine Sauce 106

Honey-Garlic Pork Chops 107

Beef Stir-Fry 109

Beef Street Tacos 110

Carnitas 112

Swedish Meatballs 113

Maple Sausage Patties 114

Beef Tips and Gravy 115

Beef Stroganoff 117

Beef Short Ribs 118

Spicy Pineapple Pork Chops 119

Ginger-Glazed Pork 120

Ropa Vieja 121

Chicken and Turkey 123

Main Course Staples

Preparing Poultry for Canning 124

Packing Jars of Poultry 124

How to Can Poultry 126

Recommended Amounts, Preparation and Processing Times for Poultry 128

Recipes

Whole Rosemary Chicken 129

Chicken Pot Pie Filling 131

Pineapple Drumsticks 132

Tex-Mex Chicken Quarters 133

Chicken Marsala 134

Chicken and Mushrooms in Garlic Sauce 136

Teriyaki Chicken 137

Hot and Sour Chicken 139

Leftover Turkey and Gravy 140

Turkey Tetrazzini 143

Rabbit and Wild Game 145

Making the Most of Hunting Season

Preparing Wild Game for Canning 146

Recipes

Venison Carne Guisada 147

Wild Hog Pulled Pork 148

Red Curry Duck 150

Rabbit Cacciatore 151

Soups, Stews, Broths and Stocks 153

Comfort Food at Its Best

Guidelines for Canning Soups and Stews 153

Broth and Stock 155

How to Can Soups and Stews 156

Recommended Processing Times for Various Soups and Stews 157

How to Thicken Soups and Stews 158

Recipes

Vegetable Broth 159

Beef or Chicken Stock 160

Butternut Squash and White Bean Soup 163

Meatball Bean Soup with Greens 166

Sausage, Potato and Kate Soup 167

White Bean and Chard Soup 168

Chicken and Corn Chowder 169

Chicken Enchilada Soup 170

Tortilla Soup 171

Chicken Pozole Verde 172

Beef and Sweet Potato Stew 175

Lentil and Sweet Potato Stew 176

New England Clam Chowder 177

Manhattan Clam Chowder 178

Gumbo 179

Shrimp Boil 181

French Onion Soup 182

Potato-Leek Soup 184

Black Bean Soup 185

Split Pea Soup 187

Taco Soup 188

Chili con Carne 190

White Chicken Chili 191

Chorizo Chicken Stew 193

Garden Vegetable Soup 194

Venison Stew 196

Minestrone 197

Chicken and Vegetable Soup 199

Cream of Mushroom Soup Base 200

Lemongrass Chicken Soup 202

Acknowledgments 203

About the Author 204

Index 205

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