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The Quickest Homemade Pickles Ever | Refrigerator Pickle Recipe

October 27, 2023

The Quickest Homemade Pickles Ever | Refrigerator Pickle Recipe

October 27, 2023

The Quickest Homemade Pickles Ever | Refrigerator Pickle Recipe

My FAVORITE for making QUICK pickles out of almost any vegetable! Cucumbers, , carrots, etc! No canning required. *CLICK SHOW MORE FOR RECIPE*

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💚 Quick Refrigerator Pickles Recipe
From The Prairie Homestead Cookbook: www.homesteadcookbook.com

Per Quart Jar You Will Need:
1 water
1 cup vinegar (white or apple cider)
1 tablespoon fine sea salt
1 tablespoon sugar
4 to 6 cucumbers, depending on the size (about 2 pounds)
2 cloves garlic
3 heads fresh dill or 1 tablespoon dried dill seeds
1 tablespoon yellow mustard seeds
1⁄2 teaspoon peppercorns
1 bay leaf

Combine the water, vinegar, salt and sugar in a small saucepan. Bring to a simmer and stir until the salt and sugar is dissolved. Remove from the heat and let cool.

Trim the blossom ends from the cucumbers and cut the larger ones into spears, if desired.

In a clean 1-quart jar, combine the garlic, dill, mustard seeds, peppercorns, bay
leaf.

Pack the cucumbers on top. Fill the jar the rest of the way with the brine, taking care to cover the cucumbers completely.

Cap tightly and shake well. Icebox pickles can be eaten just a few hours you make them, but the flavor vastly improves after at least 48 hours in the fridge. These pickles will last about 3 months, but the garlic flavor will intensify and the pickles will increase in spiciness the longer they sit in the refrigerator.

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21 Comments

  1. Thanks for watching! Check out the video description for the FULL recipe!

  2. Add grape leaves and you will always have crispy pickles ❤

  3. I’ll try this thank you! But the fly on table freaking my OCD out!

  4. Peter Chalk says:

    Good job. I've done similar but, will try this, definitely.

  5. Great presentation much luv ❤can't wait to eat😋ty

  6. felipesosvos says:

    Mine are super acidic, is there a way to use less vinegar? would that work too? like, 1/2 cup vinegar, 1 cup water? what can I do? Thanks!

  7. A Mason jar. a root vegetable a Jalapeno pepper. Carrots, Turnips, Green tomatoes, rutabagas radishes (in small batches) and onions. make a brind. I use salt1 cup, white distilled vinegar1 cup water icup. Commercial pickling spice. Add red pepper flakes and a bit of garlic with a few bay leaves and cloves/juniper berries and pepper corns as desired. Ad a very small amount of sugar. Bring dry and liquid components to a pot and biole for at least 15 mins. cut you vegies ( usually do them each separately) in sizes that are going to fit best in the Mason jars. Stuff raw vegies into individual mason jars (fill them up but don't "pack" them)
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  8. forkboy29 says:

    Why use sugar "to offset the acidity of the vinegar" ??? Why not just use slightly more water?

  9. love says:

    Time wasting,too much of talking ,just go straight to the method…more than half of tge video is talking only without the method

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  11. dmg411 says:

    Thanks Jill…nice job!

  12. Kirti Jain says:

    Great video, I now got the difference between three kinds of pickels😊. Best video on vinegar pickle ❤

  13. Mel says:

    What a good idea. Thank you.

  14. Chris says:

    Literally just made these…took about 15 minutes start to finish. I'll wait a few days and check back with the taste test!

  15. Glenda Olsen says:

    About 40 yrs ago I lost a great recipe for FROZEN dill pickles. Does anyone know of the technique?

  16. Brian Czuhai says:

    STILL one of my favorite Jill videos! The other one is the fermenting pickle one.

  17. Can I use a straight salt water brine quarter cup of salt to a quart of water if I don't want to use the vinegar?

  18. Tku. Just stopped your video and made ..can't wait ..🙂

  19. MannyO says:

    I made these and they came out so excellent, never buying pickles again!

  20. So I can use this same recipe for any veggie?

  21. Mote says:

    This video is so good and helpful. I also used apple cider vinegar. I like your kitchen.

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