can with me
Start by washing your potatoes. You can peel if that's your thing, but we leave the skins on. Then cut off any eyes, and dice to your preference.
Prepare a large pot with lukewarm water. Add your potatoes and bring to a boil. Once boiling, return to simmering and let your potatoes cook 3-5 minutes. You want to be able to pierce them with a fork but not too soft!
Once you've blanched your potatoes, pull them from your pot and place in an ice bath to stop the cooking process.
fill quart jars
Now you can begin to fill your quart jars with your potatoes. I use quarts because this is a realistic size side for our family. Fill your quarts with your potatoes, and the rest of the ingredients.
top with hot water
Once your jars are full, fill them with hot water leaving a 1/2" headspace. I use a funnel to fill my jars. Wipe rims with a clean cloth, top with lid, and tighten ring fingertip tight.
Potatoes are a low acid food so must be pressure canned. I use a digital pressure canner. Pressure can pints for 35 minutes and quarts for 40 minutes.