Tomatoes in their own juice for the winter without sterilization
Tomatoes in their own juice are a fairly successful two-in-one preparation. Serve whole tomatoes at the table as a snack, and use tomato juice to prepare sauces, gravy or dressings in other dishes. I share a simple recipe.
Step by step cooking recipe
Rinse the tomatoes and fill them tightly in pre-sterilized jars.
Boil water and pour boiling water over the tomatoes in jars to the top. Cover the jars with sterile lids and leave for 10-15 minutes to warm up. Then drain the water.
Cut the remaining tomatoes arbitrarily, then grate or pass through a meat grinder. The resulting tomato mass can be additionally rubbed through a sieve.
Place the tomato mass on the fire, bring to a boil and boil over medium heat for 3-5 minutes.
Add salt, sugar, peppercorns, minced garlic, vegetable oil and vinegar. Mix everything well and remove the juice from the heat.
Boiling tomato juice pour tomatoes in jars to the top. Roll up the jars immediately, turn upside down and cool at room temperature. Store the cooled workpiece in a cool dark place.
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