Tomato blanks 4.08.2018

Fragrant tomatoes with mint and garlic for the winter - the original recipe

Pickled tomatoes

Tomatoes are a win-win with almost all herbs and spices. And mint is no exception. Pleasant refreshing taste will not leave anyone indifferent. And it is a pleasure to prepare tomatoes with mint for the winter according to the recipe from the photo, step by step according to this recipe, and it will not be difficult. They are sweetish, sour. Garlic gives spice, and mint a pleasant aftertaste.

To prepare a quart jar of tomatoes with mint, you will need:

  • tomatoes - 500-600 g;
  • garlic - 2 cloves;
  • 4-5 peppers and peas;
  • mint - a couple of twigs;
  • water - 500 ml;
  • kitchen salt - 1 tbsp. l .;
  • sugar - 3 tbsp .;
  • Table vinegar - 2 tbsp.


Cooking tomatoes with mint

Put the peeled whole garlic, a few sprigs of fragrant mint and pepper-peas into the prepared sterile container.

Garlic in a can

Thoroughly wash the tomatoes and fill them with jars. Make it as tight as possible to fill as much space as possible. Between the vegetables do not forget to distribute the remaining mint.

Tomatoes in a jar

It's time to cook a marinade for tomatoes. To do this, take the required amount of water and pour into the pan. We add here salt and granulated sugar. We bring the future pickle to boiling and boil for a few minutes. Next, pour in the vinegar and turn off the burner. Boiling marinade is poured into jars to completely cover the fruits of tomatoes.

Pour marinade

Now you need to sterilize the banks. At the bottom of a suitable pot, we place a kitchen rag napkin and place the container with the tomatoes. Pour water to the level of the hanger cans and boil for 30 minutes.

Sterilization cans

After the tomatoes are sterilized, we roll up the cans with special lids, set them upside down and cover with a warm blanket.

Banks upside down

After the blanks have cooled completely, they can be put away in a basement or a cool storage room.

Ready Tomatoes in a jar

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