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What to add to tomato marinade to prevent them from falling apart: one simple ingredient

Kateryna YagovychFood
Canned tomatoes that don't fall apart. Source: depositphotos.com

Canned tomatoes are a great appetizer for a festive table. But only if the vegetables remain intact. To do this, you need to add one simple ingredient to the marinade.

The idea of cooking tomatoes for the winter that do not disintegrate in a jar is published on the osoblyva.com_ cooking page on Instagram. Add vodka to the marinade.

What to add to tomato marinade to prevent them from falling apart: one simple ingredient

A way to cook tomatoes for the winter:

1. First of all, you need to put the tomatoes in three-liter sterilized jars.

What to add to tomato marinade to prevent them from falling apart: one simple ingredient

2. Pour boiling water over the coffee.

3. Cover with lids and leave for about 7 minutes.

What to add to tomato marinade to prevent them from falling apart: one simple ingredient

4. Drain the tomatoes into the pan.

What to add to tomato marinade to prevent them from falling apart: one simple ingredient

5. Add per jar: 2.5 tablespoons of salt, 4 tablespoons of sugar, 3 cloves, 7 black peppercorns, a pinch of ground red pepper, 2 bay leaves, 2-3 peeled garlic cloves.

What to add to tomato marinade to prevent them from falling apart: one simple ingredient

6. Bring everything to a boil and add 1 tablespoon of vinegar essence and vodka. Pour into a jar and roll up the lid.

What to add to tomato marinade to prevent them from falling apart: one simple ingredient

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