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how to can pickled beets


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Prep Time: 60 minutes

Cook Time: 60 minutes

Total: 120 minutes

Servings: 6

Cost: $1.78 /serving


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Step 1

Start by washing beets. If using homegrown, make sure to leave the root on and cut the leaves to within an inch of the beet.

Step 2

Place in a large kettle and cover with water. Bring to a boil and let cook until tender. They’re ready when a knife is easily inserted with just slight resistance. Since beets vary in size, they may take varying times to cook. Remove them individually as needed.

Step 3

When cooked, drain (remove from water), let cool, and remove skins using a knife and gloves to prevent staining.

Step 4

Combine all the brine ingredients and let simmer on the stove.

Step 5

Also start a large kettle filled with water on high heat, fitted with a rack in the bottom. This will be used for a water bath.

Step 6

Using sterilized jars, slice onion to taste and place in each jar. Then fill with sliced beets. These can be sliced directly into the jars. If this is difficult, slice on a cutting board and pack jars.

Step 7

Top sliced beets with additional onion, leaving about a half-inch of headspace in the jar.

Step 8

Bring brine to a hard boil and fill each jar with the brine, leaving a half-inch of headspace.

Step 9

Clean the top of the jars with hot water to remove any debris and drips.

Step 10

Following the manufacturer’s directions, place lids and rings on jars, being careful not to over tighten (this can cause lids to buckle).

Step 11

Place prepared jars in boiling water bath, making sure water covers jars by at least one inch. Bring back to a boil and process for 10 minutes.

Step 12

Remove jars from kettle using a jar lifter and let cool completely before touching. Soon the lids should seal with a ping – music to a canner’s ears!