Green peas for the winter

Green peas for the winter

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Ingredients for Cooking Green Peas for the Winter


  1. Green peas optional

For marinade per 1 liter of water

  1. Salt 40-50 grams
  2. Sugar 1 tablespoon without a slide
  3. Vinegar 9% 150 grams
  • Main Ingredients Pea


A large pot with a lid, cans, lids for cans, a ladle, a wide funnel, a colander, a kitchen towel, a measuring cup.

Cooking green peas for the winter:

Step 1: prepare the green peas.

First of all, green peas need to be cleaned, because on our beds it grows hidden in dense pods, in which, among other things, you can accidentally meet a caterpillar that decided to eat peas before you. Therefore, everything needs to be cleaned, sorted and rinsed thoroughly. We are going to preserve peas, and not at all various garden pests.

Step 2: pickle green peas.

Pour peeled peas into a suitable pan and fill it with water using a measuring cup. A measuring cup is needed so that you know exactly how many liters of water are in your pan and, based on its quantity, determine how many other ingredients you need. Add salt and sugar to the pea pan, mix and bring to a boil. Then reduce by making the smallest fire, loosely cover and cook 30-35 minutes. During this time, peas will become softer.

Step 3: prepare the jars.

While the peas are being cooked, prepare the cans by washing and sterilizing them in any way convenient for you. Do not forget about the covers. This time I choose the old grandfather method and sterilize the cans on the spout of a boiling kettle.

Step 4: we prepare green peas for the winter.

Pour vinegar into the cooked green peas, mix and immediately remove from heat. Pour into prepared jars so that the brine in each container covers all the peas completely.
Close the jars with peas with lids, roll them up or tightly wrap (depending on what kind of lids you have), wrap them with towels and, turning them upside down, leave to cool. Then return the cans to their original position so that they again turn upside down and place the peas in a place inaccessible to sunlight.

Step 5: serve the green peas.

Green peas are both a side dish and one of the most common ingredients for various salads, as well as a favorite treat of many kids. Therefore, it does not matter whether you eat it just like that, serve it as a snack or cook something with it, it will still be very tasty and healthy.
Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- For flavor, you can add 1 bay leaf to each jar, and then pour peas in the marinade.

- Instead of vinegar, you can take citric acid at the rate of 1 teaspoon per 1 liter of water.

- Canned green peas for the winter can be heated in a pan and served as a warm side dish for meat, potatoes or pasta.