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Grandma's Oven Canned Fish & Meat Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Dad Stukey
Added: Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Raw fish, poultry or meat of your choice.
Pint or quart jars
Olive or vegetable oil
Salt
or
Broth or stock (beef, chicken, vegetable, etc.)
Dried herbs or spices of choice


Directions:
Directions:
Method:
1. Cut raw, cold fish, poultry or meat into chunks
2. Pack tightly into clean cold canning jars
3. Add oil and salt or broth and spices, depending upon
desired taste.
4. Put the lids & rings on loosely and place jars on a cookie
sheet to catch spill-over's.
5. Place in a cold oven and turn oven up to 275 for 3 hours
for pints and 4 hours for quarts.
6. When time is up, remove from the oven and immediately
tighten the rings all the way.
7. Cool - the lids will "pop" seal shut as the jars cool. If any
jars do not seal, you can eat the food or refrigerate it and in
within a few days.
8. Store the cooled jars in a cool dry place for up to one
year.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This is the method Grandma used to canned fish and
meats. The
types of meat you choose to use, is completely up to you!
But we
know Grandma and Grandpa Stukey were the canning
queen
and king!

 

 

 

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