HERE for the recipe. Note - the tomatoes and avocado chunks are my own addition because, well, I am just that way.
Lastly please do not let the below disclaimer scare you away from home canned foods. I and all my extended family have been eating home canned foods for generations and no one has ever become ill. However, I believe it is important everyone is aware of the following safety precautions:
To prevent unwanted bacteria and food spoilage, always make sure your equipment and canning area is very clean. If your home canned foods ever loose the seal, contain any mold or other signs of spoilage, do not consume it. Securely discard the spoiled food and the jar, lid and band - do not feed it to animals. Do not reuse the jar, lid or band.
If, by chance, you or anyone else, exhibit food poisoning symptoms after consuming home canned foods, go to the nearest emergency room immediately. Tell the medical staff you have been eating home canned foods and need to be tested for botulism. It is imperative you request a botulism test because if left untreated botulism is fatal.