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I'd been yearning for a long time for a salsa recipe that I could safely can. Finally, a friend found one. I've toned it down a little over the years, because the salsa gets hotter and hotter the longer it sits.
If the salsa is getting so thick that you're worried it's going to burn, add a little more water. Bring it slowly to a boil, and keep it boiling for 5 or 10 minutes.
Ladle the salsa into either pint or half pint jars. You should end up with 4 or 5 pints, 8 to 10 half pints. Can and process using the boiling-water-bath method. Boil for 20 minutes.
Note: This recipe can be doubled or even tripled, which is what I usually do. That way I end up with enough to give salsa as holiday gifts. It always gets rave reviews!
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