Great Sour Pickle Recipes
Do you love sour pickles?
The more sour the better as far as I'm concerned when it comes to pickles. I also love to make my own but sometimes I don't want to go through the hassle of canning so instead I make refrigerator pickles. This is especially good when you only have a few cucumbers or other veggies you want to pickle.
The easiest way to make homemade pickles is to make refrigerator pickles. These are pickles that must be stored in the refrigerator after preparing and eaten relatively quickly (they keep for about 2 months).
To make refrigerator pickles you need all the ingredients for normal pickles, a container, a pot to boil the brine in, and that's it. I recommend making small batches of one or two jars at a time. For refrigerator pickles since you aren't trying to get a totally sealed container you don't have to use a canning jar, you can recycle a pickle jar (wash it very well first) or even use plastic storage dishes like Tupperware, only requirement is it must be heat safe and have a secure lid.
Step 1: Pack your container with whole or sliced pickling cucumbers and any garlic, peppers, dill, etc. in the recipe.
Step 2: Bring the brine ingredients to a boil on the stove.
Step 3: Pour brine over into the container over the veggies. Fill almost to the top.
Step 4: Place lid on top and allow to cool.
Step 5: Place in fridge and wait. Pickles will be ready in 4-7 days depending on how strong you like your pickles.
Great Sour Pickle Recipes
- Blue Ribbon Dill Pickles Recipe | Recipezaar
A good friend gave me this recipe many years ago after I munched down nearly a quart while visiting! I threw out ALL my other dill pickle recipes because THIS ONE is the best.
- Arthur Schwartz's Homemade Kosher Dill Pickles - David Lebovitz
Homemade kosher dill pickles are easy with Arthur Schwartz's excellent recipe. Here's how to make them...from David Lebovitz, pastry chef and author of Living the Sweet Life in Paris.
- Recipes : Homemade Spicy Dill Pickles : Food Network
Recipes from Food Network
- Sour Pickle Recipe
This is a home pickling recipe. How to prepare a German-style sour pickle?
- Tommy J's Kitchen: Recipe: Half Sour Pickles
Tommy J's KitchenCooking tips, techniques, recipes, and ingredients. For beginner and expert alike, come join me in wandering about the kitchen in search of a meal . . . Questions and comments welcome!Thursday, May 04, 2006Recipe: Half Sour PicklesSo
- Old-fashioned Mustard Pickle Recipe | Recipezaar
This is one of my mother's recipes. I have never made it but I certainly remember eating it! The pickles are very tart but tasty for anyone who likes mustard.
- Cooks.com - Recipe - Old Fashioned Sour Pickles
Old Fashioned Sour Pickles
- Seasonal Ontario Food: Russian Tarragon Pickles
I know there are some people out there who may not like dill, but do like tarragon. A few years back I was intrigued by this recipe from a 1970s cookbook published by Mir.
Exotic Pickle Recipes
Most of the pickles on this lens are European or American in origin and use cucumbers. Here are recipes either from other areas of the globe, using other vegetables, or both.
- Introduction to quick Japanese tsukemono (pickles) | Just Hungry
Introduction to quick Japanese tsukemono (pickles) posted on 19 Mar 2007 by maki
- Dilly Beans - Pickled Green Beans
Dilly beans are dill pickled green beans. This recipe is for the spicy dilly beans that I make using the fresh green beans I grow in my garden. They are incredibly tasty, especially on salad, in tomato juice, or Bloody Marys.
- Pickled Beets, Beet Recipe
Pickled Beets, Beet Recipe
- Rhubarb Pickles, Bread and Butter Pickles, Preserved Lemons
- Zlamushka's Spicy Kitchen: Raisin Stuffed Chili Pepper Pickles
This is a very unusual pickle recipe that I got from my dad who claims to have it from a lady that used to babysit me thousands years ago
- Pickle Girl
I'm downright obsessed with unusual pickles, and my hope for this blog is to cull as many offbeat recipes as possible. These ain't your mama's pickles, so bring on the pickled glasswort, wasabi-cauliflower clusters and spiced muscadines.
- nami-nami: a food blog: Pickled Sliced Cucumber Salad Recipe
Pickled Sliced Cucumber Salad Recipe
- pickled carrot sticks | smitten kitchen
A home cooking weblog from a tiny kitchen in New York City, with a focus on simplifying daunting recipes and being fearless in the kitchen.
- nami-nami: a food blog: Estonian Christmas Recipes: Pickled Pumpkin
During Christmas all self-respecting Estonians feast on black pudding, roasted pork, sauerkraut and roasted potatoes. These are accompanied by lingonberry jam and pickled clove-scented pumpkin.
- Morsels & Musings: pickled grapes
Every time I suggested pickled grapes to Jonas, he kept doubting that such a thing existed. He was sure I had just gone pickle-mad and was inventing pickles out of anything that would fit in a jar.