Ingredients for cooking beets with pepper for the winter
- Beetroot 3 kilograms
- Bulgarian red pepper 6 pieces
- Onions 3.5 pieces
- Water 1 cup
- Vinegar 10% 3/4 cup
- Sugar 1 cup
- Salt 1 tablespoon
- Main Ingredients: Onion, Pepper, Beetroot
Grater, spatula, kitchen knife, cutting board, glass jars with lids, ladle, saucepan.
Cooking beets with pepper for the winter:
Step 1: prepare the beets.
Boil the beets or bake until cooked, then cool, peel and grate on a fine or medium grater.
Important: beets are ready when you can easily pierce it with a knife or fork, and the exact cooking time depends on the size of your vegetables.
Step 2: prepare the onion.
Peel the onion and cut into very small cubes, and so that the juice does not pinch your eyes, periodically moisten the knife blade with cool water.
Step 3: prepare the pepper.
Bell peppers clear of seeds and twigs. Rinse vegetables thoroughly inside and out, and then cut them into very small cubes.
Step 4: prepare the marinade.
Dissolve vinegar, sugar and salt in water, and then bring the marinade to a boil over medium heat.
Step 5: stew the vegetables.
Add onions and peppers to the boiling marinade and, stirring, simmer everything together for 5 minutes.
Five minutes later, add the grated beets here and, continuing to stir frequently, simmer the vegetables for 25 minutes.
Step 6: we harvest beets with pepper for the winter.
Transfer the hot vegetables into prepared glass jars, close them tightly with lids and put them in a saucepan, the bottom of which is covered with a towel. Fill the blanks with water on the shoulders and put everything on a slow fire. After the water in the pan boils, pasteurize the beets with pepper for 10-15 minutes.
Then the jars with blanks will need to be cooled and put into the storage room for storage.
Step 7: serve the beets with pepper.
Serve beets with pepper as a complement to the side dish or as a cold appetizer. You can on the holiday table, you can on the ordinary. In any case, it is very tasty and healthy.
Enjoy your meal!
- Glass jars should be thoroughly washed with a cleaning agent or soda, rinsed and sterilized in an oven or steam.