Ripe Cucumber Pickles Recipe
Once it gets to the end of the season you start getting tired of cucumbers and a few don't get picked in time. After you've given your cucumbers to all of your friends and neighbors, it time to try this recipe for Ripe Cucumber Pickles. The pickles are inexpensive to make and you'll put a smile on the faces of all the pickle lovers in your family.
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- 12 ripe cucumbers
- 1/2 cup pickling salt
- 1 1/2 cups water
- 6 cups sugar
- 1 quart vinegar
- 2 tablespoons yellow mustard seed
- 1 tablespoon whole cloves
- 1 3" stick of cinnamon
- Wash and peel the cucumbers. Cut in halves lengthwise, removing the seeds.
- Make a brine with the salt and water. Mix in the cucumbers and let stand overnight or for 12 hours.
- Drain the cucumbers.
- Tie the spices in a cheesecloth bag.
- In a pan, bring the sugar, vinegar, and spices to a boil.
- Add the cucumbers and cook until they begin to look transparent, but are still crisp.
- Fill sterilized jars with the cucumbers and pour the remaining hot syrup over them. Seal.
The recipe will make about 3 quarts or 6 pints.
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