Since I was a little girl, I have always been in love with anything pickled. I ate pickled cauliflower, celery, and olives before my peer group even heard of the stuff. When I found this vinegar-free (aka fermented) pickle recipe, I couldn’t resist. Last year, it was a few-months-long production, till we perfected it around Purim time so that we could actually make it seriously for Pesach. We tried all the options I listed below, and loved each one more than the next. Every meal of Pesach started with pickles. It was so nice to add a new flavor profile into our short list of allowed ingredients!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.kosher.com/lifestyle/article/83/pickles-all-you-ever-wanted-to-know
This dill pickle hummus is the perfect way to satisfy any craving whether you're pregnant or not! Chickpeas, dill pickles, tahini, and dill weed make this a healthy snack that you'll have trouble sharing!
Find this recipe here: http://www.365daysofbakingandmore.com/dill-pickle-hummus/
Super easy, super fast, and super delicious!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.dishhour.com/avocado-pickles/
You are going to be shocked at just how easy this recipe is to make. In fact, you can make it even easier if you purchase the premade coleslaw in the bag from the grocery store, but because I’m a bit of an overachiever and there just happens to be a “chef” in front of my name, I’m always going to take the next step.
Find this recipe here: http://www.billyparisi.com/bbq-chicken-sliders-recipe-coleslaw-pickles/
This creamy potato salad packed with pickles will become your favorite spring and summer side, perfect for barbecues, picnics, and potlucks ~ better print off lots of copies of the recipe, everyone’s going to ask for it!
Find this recipe here: http://theviewfromgreatisland.com/dill-pickle-potato-salad-recipe/
These simple pickles are great for sandwiches, burgers and platters.
Find this recipe here: http://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/food-wine/recipes/90512007/recipe-bread-and-butter-pickles
We call these “buterbrodi”, but in English world these are called canapes. A canape is a small, usually decorative finger food you eat in one bite; a hors d’oeuvre consisting of small piece of bread topped with some goodness on top. Everyone loves canapes and any gathering wouldn’t be complete without some mighty good finger foods. These Sprats and Pickles Tea Sandwiches (canapes) are very inexpensive to make and can be easily doubled or tripled for bigger crowd. A lot of people like to toast the sliced baguette in the oven or in toaster, but it’s very rare that we go with the toast version. It’s delicious just the way it is. The combo of tangy pickles with sprats is just a must at any event.
Find this recipe here: http://www.olgainthekitchen.com/2017/03/10/sprats-pickles-tea-sandwiches-canapes/
If you love pickles and you love garlic, you just found a tasty new best friend. This Pickled Garlic Recipe also makes a great starter canning project!
So obviously Pickled Garlic tastes like pickles and garlic. The harsh flavor of raw garlic disappears completely and your left with a mellow garlic flavor that is addictive and delicious.
Pickled Garlic is perfect on your next relish tray, veggie platter, or charcuterie board. My preferred method of consumption, however, is straight from the jar.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.culinaryhill.com/pickled-garlic-recipe/
You need right kind of environment and jars to preserve pickles. The whole jar of pickle can go bad if the jar is not clean. I will suggest to use ceramic or glass jars to store pickles. Avoid using any kind of plastics for pickling.
So, enjoy making avakai oorugai with this easy to follow recipe. It is the season for raw mangoes and perfect time to make spicy raw mango pickles. You can adjust salt and red chilli according to your taste. Read the complete avakai oorugai recipe and notes before you start making this pickle.
Click here for this recipe: http://priyakitchenette.com/2017/03/avakai-oorugai-raw-mango-pickle-recipe/
I live in what must be the most fertile neighborhood in Savannah, Georgia. In the past five years, since my husband and I moved in, I know, by name, ten babies that have been born on our block.
My favorite preggers neighbor, Margaret, once frightened the other gorilla mothers by telling them her lunch consisted of a fat dill pickle and a slice of pie, washed down with a tumbler of cherry Kool-Aid. This didn’t disturb me at all. The sweet-and-sour flavor combination reminded me of cherry Kool-Aid pickles sold at roadside markets in the Deep South, and got me thinking about how good a pickle pie could be.
I dedicate this recipe to all the mothers out there.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.libbiesummers.com/recipes-2/desserts/pink-preggers-pickle-pie
Mario Batali puts a delicious twist on his Pork Chops with Pickled Peppers!
Click here for this recipe: http://abc.go.com/shows/the-chew/recipes/pork-chops-with-pickled-peppers-mario-batali
I’ve seen people post about making bread and butter pickles and them tasting incredible so I had to give it a shot. Maybe lactofermenting them is the difference. Maybe not making them sickeningly sweet was the trick. I don’t know but I sure like them. Still not the level of adoration that Hot Pickles hold but close.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.picklemetoo.com/2012/08/23/sweet-and-spicy-pickles/
Maybe occasionally you entertain the idea of making pickles as you walk by the bins of pickling cucumbers . Making pickles is so easy and they taste so much better than store bought. So if you have the chance to grow or buy some small pickling cucumbers do it! Try this recipe and I promise you will look forward to cucumber season every year.
Click here for this recipe: http://flouronmyface.com/pickles-how-to-make-refrigerator-garlic-dill-pickles/
This is a recipe that I adapted out of necessity, because my youngest child practically lives on peanut butter and dill pickles sandwiches. Hey.. don't knock it if ya haven't tried it."
These are by far the easiest pickles to make and this is the perfect homemade pickle recipe for someone who has never canned anything before.
Click here to read more: http://www.budget101.com/content.php/2848-Make-Your-Own-Dill-Pickles?s=9caa3534c992f75a096b7fd05f623267
Have you ever wanted to make Bread and Butter Pickles but you thought all homemade pickles had to be canned? Well, here is some terrific news, you can make your own pickles and there is no canning required!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.lovelesscafe.com/recipes/babettas-bread-butter-pickles
The surprise of dill pickles in this easy, savory soup with a chicken broth base makes it a novelty dish worth trying... Finely chopped dill pickles are combined with lots of seasonings in chicken broth to make a very unique soup. This does sound like an odd recipe, but it really is good!
Click here for this recipe: http://recipes.soudersstudios.com/dill-pickle-soup/
The new super brain food that’ll help your brain work better is… pickles? A recent study led by the College of William and Mary in Virgina has revealed that naturally fermented food like dill pickles, kimchi, yogurt, and sauerkraut may provide your brain with a boost of gamma-aminobutyric acid or GABA—a neurotransmitter that controls anxiety and whose function is mimicked by anti-anxiety drugs like benzodiazepines.
Read more here: http://earthables.com/pickles-are-good-brain-food/
Next time you reach for a jar of pickles, consider making your own instead. Homemade pickles are as easy as one, two, three! Cucumbers can be transformed into crunchy, flavorful pickles in just three days with this Homemade pickles recipe.
Find it here: http://en.hotelpromo.tk/a/a-recipe-for-diy-pickles/
Delight your taste buds and take a walk down memory lane with these old fashioned pickles, just like in the good ole days!
Click here for this recipe: https://www.seniorsnews.com.au/news/recipe-pickles-just-good-old-days/3143957/
The reason I tried this recipe is that the authors of “Fermented Vegetables” referred to it as a “family favorite.” I make a lot of different ferments so I know what it means when a true fermenter calls something a “favorite.” The bottom line is that I love this kraut. I hadn’t used much pepper as a spice in my ferments until this one and I love the effect it has. The recipe below has twice the amount of cracked pepper than the original recipe called for which I definitely prefer. You can start with less if you like and add more once the fermentation is complete and you’ve had a chance to taste it. I definitely recommend using a coarse grained cracked pepper for this. If you use a finely ground pepper, you can probably get away with less. The leek adds a nice nuance. If you try to eat this one too early on in the fermention cycle, the leek will dominate. Give it a little love and patience and you’ll be culinarily rewarded.
Click here for this recipe: http://fermentationrecipes.com/cracked-pepper-leek-sauerkraut/1793
Although commonly made with vinegar, this giardiniera recipe is even more delicious and healthy since it is made using simple fermentation techniques. I had been waiting for a few weeks for this giardiniera to ferment fully and when I tasted my first bite, I exclaimed aloud, “oh my God, that’s good!” Whenever I catch myself exclaiming out loud after tasting something new, I know I’m on to something! This Italian giardiniera (or giardiniere as the French call it) carries a tart flavor with a nuance of heat, and a perfect texture nestled nicely in the sweet spot between crisp and tender.
Click here for this recipe: http://fermentationrecipes.com/fermented-giardiniera-recipe/2146
They are perfect to share with friends and families when watching the big games or any other time. They can be hard to find in restaurants, so I am excited to share this homemade version with you today!
Pickles are very popular here in the United States as a topping for hamburgers and hot dogs and are simply “pickled” cucumbers. They come in many varieties – dill, bread and butter, and sweet to name a few. You can use them on their own or you can make dressings with them if you are really adventurous. They come whole, sliced lengthwise, or cut into round discs, and they are delicious!
Click here for this recipe: http://mylatinatable.com/best-extra-crispy-fried-pickles-recipe/
Pickle are not only delicious, they are also good for you!! Nearly 4000 years ago, Pickles were organized using cucumbers. Pickling process was used to maintain meals. The ones which the ingredients which run out of season are preserved with the aid of pickling. The pickling technique imparts scrumptious flavors to the this product. Nutrition B content of the pickled food is advanced. Vitamin B is produced by means of bacteria for the duration of the pickling method.
Read more here: http://www.maxfitnesstips.us/2016/12/health-benefits-of-delicious-pickles.html
Deviled Eggs are the perfect addition to any party or gathering and a staple at our ham dinners! These are the best deviled eggs I’ve ever had with the addition of tangy dill pickles, fresh dill and a splash of pickle juice.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.spendwithpennies.com/dill-pickle-deviled-eggs/
This chili pickle is only for those who can take the hottest of spices and even then my advice is to eat it in moderation. Sliced green chilies combined with fennel seeds along with other pickling spices and lemon juice. You can serve this pickle immediately or mature it for 3 to 4 days under the sun and have a mellowed down version of it. If you wish to try your hands at what is perhaps one of the most revered recipes in the Indian cuisine, then why not have a go at it.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.tarladalal.com/Mustard-Chilli-Pickle-3413r