Canning Roasted Green Chili

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Canning Roasted Green Chili
I use to freeze my chilies but since I am trying to get away from using the freezers so much I have started canning my chili. I love doing it this way, when I open a jar I use what I need then put the rest  in the fridge so I always have chili on hand without having to wait for it to thaw out.
Canning roasted green chili is very easy but it does have to be pressure canned . Do not water bath chilies unless in a pickling solution high in vinegar

After you have roasted and peeled the green chili you can can them whole or chopped.
To can them chopped, take the chilies after you have peeled them and put into a food processor to chop.

after you have done this to all the chilies put in to your sterilized jars you can add a little salt if you want leave about a 1/2 inch of headspace.

If canning whole just layer in to your jars.

While you are putting the chili into jars boil your lids and rings for a couple of minutes ( If your lids have been in storage for a while boil them a little longer).

Put the lids and rings on the jars

Put about two quarts of water in the canner

then put in the jars

If you are going to stack put the rack on top of the bottom jars

put the rest of the jars in the canner

Put the lid on and turn on to high heat when it starts to steam let steam for about ten minutes then add the weight and bring pressure up to the recommended level for your altitude ( consult your canning manual) turn the heat down enough to maintain the correct amount of pressure for 25 minutes for pints and half pints.

Take out of canner and let sit until cool and all jars have sealed take rings off and store.

I look forward to your questions and comments so please feel free to leave a comment or question.