The ultimate side dish; cauliflower, carrots, green, wax, and kidney beans are just a few of the vegetables in our famous sweet and sour brined Chow Chow. In Lancaster County this used to be known as the end of the garden relish – women would clean up the odds and ends of the garden in the fall and mix them into a sweet vinegary brine. It's been said about a million times that nobody makes Chow Chow as good as ours. Try a jar and I'm sure you'll agree.
Ingredients: Sugar, Water, Green Beans, Wax Beans, Carrots, Cauliflower, Lima Beans, Pearl Onions, Kidney Beans, Red Peppers, Distilled Vinegar, Contains less than 2% of: Salt, Celery Seeds, Calcium Chloride, Disodium EDTA (Plant Based Preservative), Citric Acid.
Manufactured in a facility that handles peanuts, eggs, and soy.
Featured Recipe: Chow Pizza Squares
This unique appetizer makes a great tailgating dish and is sure to spark conversation when you mention chow chow as an ingredient.
Flatten rolls on cookie sheet, pressing together and baking as directed on package. Cool.
Beat cream cheese and jalapeno jam together and spread over cooled crust. Sprinkle with pepperoni strips.
Immediately before serving, top with drained chow chow and sprinkle with Monterey Jack cheese.
At Kitchen Kettle we refer to our jars using three standard sizes:
We are required to label our jars with the actual net weight of the contents, rather than the volume. You'll notice our Half Pint jars will vary between 8 ounces and 10 ounces in net weight; our Pint jars range from 16 ounces to 20 ounces in net weight; and our Quart jars weigh between 32 and 36 ounces.
Why do the net weighs vary? Although we use the same size jar, a jam made with chunks of fruit will weigh more than a jelly that's made with just the juice of a fruit.
If you have any questions about our jars sizes, we're happy to help! Give us a call at 800-717-6198 or email us at email@example.com
When we order online, we always receive our order in record time.
The items are always fresh. The order is always packed carefully .
We both love the Chow Chow. It is an excellent product. It is a wonderful Pennsylvania Dutch product.
It has many wonderful vegetables in it.
This is not what we call chow Chow where I am from. We would call it a type of bean salad. No matter what it is called, it is absolutely delicious.