Pressure Canning Class: Butter Chicken

Saturday 29 March, 10:00 - 13:00
with Megan Radaich
Come along to our introduction to pressure canning class with Megan from FoodPreserving.Org and learn how to use a pressure canner to preserve low acid food and assist in a batch of pressure canned butter chicken. Includes morning tea.
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General information about the classes
Come along to our introduction to pressure canning Perth preserving class where we will be explaining how to pressure can low acid foods, such as soups, stocks, stews, meats and more at home using a pressure canner. We’ll be making a batch of butter chicken and showing you how to prepare the ingredients, share our recipe (and variations) and showing how easy it is to pressure can 20+ jars in a single batch: so you have a nutritious meal you can re-heat and serve in minutes for yourself and your family.
Pressure canning classes are run in our Canning Kitchen – so although they are run in small groups (2-6 people), there is no short time limit like the monthly community classes- and you can ask any questions you like and get one on one help to understand how to pressure can safely in your kitchen at home. Fees cover ingredients, mason jars, materials and equipment. Participants leave with recipes, a how-to guide on pressure canning, 1 x jar of pressure canned food and morning tea is also provided.
Address and further information will be emailed to participants at time of booking.    
Please note that this is a larger pressure canning class than normal - usually we split the classes up into smaller groups, however as we're at EnviroFEST for the rest of the weekend, this class is the only pressure canning class booked for March.
  1. Vicki Hurrell
  2. Everlee Hurrell
  3. Ronel Spence
  4. Maddie Hoffmann
  5. Tan Watson
  6. Mary John
  7. Mitchell Sinclair
  8. Dianne Barnes
  9. Patricia Sargent
  10. Faye Ramsden
  11. Vivienne Malone

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