Onions, radishes, zucchini, watermelon rind, carrots and of course the Queen of All Pickles, the cucumber! It’s easier than you think whether it’s a quick pickle or you’re planning to “putting up” for the months to come.
Check out our tips below for quick pickling and visit our Pinterest Page for our favorite pro tips, tricks and recipes.
Penny’s Quick Pickles
Gather It Up
- 3 Cups Vinegar (if you’re feeling fancy, substitute Apple Cider or White Rice vinegar for Distilled White)
- 3 ½ Cups Water
- 2 TBL Salt
- 2 ½ – 3 lbs of your favorite thing to pickle (or try something new!) cut into bit-sized rounds or spears.
- Add-ons (pick your favorites or use them all!) – Fresh dill, red pepper flakes, fresh jalapeno slices, garlic cloves, mustard seed, coriander.
- Mason Jars with lids
- Boil vinegar, water & salt together for 10 minutes
- Let cool for 5 minutes
- Pack veggies and add-ons in jars
- Pour vinegar, water & salt mixture into jars
- Close the lid nice & tight
- Let cool to room temp on your counter
- Store in refrigerator for 5-7 days
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