Saturday, July 28, 2012

Pressure Canning: Garden Vegetable Medallion Soup

We have been getting ready for the fair.  Anna and I made up this one today. 

Garden Vegetable Medallion Soup

2 C shelled peas
2 C diced green beans
2 C zucchini medallions - 1/4" thick
2 C new red potato medallions - 1/4"
3 C carrot medallions - 1/4"
4 C sweet corn (cut off cob)
5 LARGE tomatoes, diced with skins on
10 C water
diced parsley, S & P to taste

Put all in a kettle - heat only till hot DO NOT BOIL
Put into clean warm jars, add 1/4 tsp. salt, leave 1/4" space at top.
Process in pressure canner for 25 min @ 10 lbs.
Makes 7 Qts. or 1 full canner

Tip:  we used our kitchen aide slicer

Maybe a blue??? 

Blessings from Wisconsin.
Update:  9/5/12.  We received reds, as we didn't pressure cook it long enough - should be 60 - 75 minutes depending on the size of potato.  We have tasted this - really good.


Bama Girl said...

Wow! Those veggies look delicious! And the soup, beautiful! Thanks for sharing your recipe! Blessings from Bama!

Dar said...

OK, now I'm feeling really guilty. It has been eons since I've done anything for the fair. Your soup looks fantastic. I have ALL those veggies in my garden and will be 'soup-er' tomorrow, even if it's hot outside. As for the fair?~~~I love going but am too olt and tired to be taking things to the other words, I just got over your enthusiasm, tho.
You go girl!

Cher' Shots said...

Looks & sounds delicious. Blue ribbon in my book!
'hugs from afar'

Tilly's Nest said...

What a fantastic job! Sounds delicious! Just did some refrigerator canning today as the storm clouds have brought lots of rain. Thank you so much for linking up to the blog hop! ~Melissa

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