Tuesday, September 1, 2009

A Delicious Pickle Recipe!

From Karin of Countryfolk Keepsakes


These refrigerator pickles are oh sooooo sweet and best of all, easy to make!
Here's what you'll need:




6 - Cucumbers (sliced)
2 C - Sliced onions
1 C - Sliced green peppers

4 C -Sugar
2½ Tbs - Canning Salt
2 C - White Vinegar
3 tsp - Celery seed
A large canning jar or a big ol' jug with a lid.



Mix cukes, onion and peppers together.



Mix sugar, salt, vinegar and celery seed in the canning jar or jug. Be sure to mix it up real good too.


Then add your cukes, onions and peppers, stirring as you add them.



Place them in the refrigerator for 5 days making sure you mix them daily then enjoy!


You can put some in pint size jars and freeze 'em too. But I bet they won't last that long!
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12 comments:

  1. these sound delish... i'm so glad you have my address and christmas is just around the corner :)

    x0

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  2. This sounds so good and easy. Now I wish all our cukes were not gone :( Thanks for sharing Peanut! ~~Pam

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  3. I'm so excited to get this recipe! Thank you so much! They look wonderful. I love pickles, and this looks like the perfect recipe to try making my own for once. There's never anything like "homemade". I'm sure it will be a "keeper".

    Jane

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  4. Yummmm...These remind me of the ones we would buy at a roadside stand returning home on Sunday mornings from 'Our Lady of the Snow' in Woodstock, Vermont.
    Am making a list of ingredients & thanks for sharing Peanut...

    Barb
    VFA = Village Folk Art

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  5. Peanut I have never made pickles but this receipe is perfect and think I'm gonna try it this weekend!!! Great pics too!

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  6. Oh now I'm gonna have to try to make those...Bill LOVES pickles!

    Janelle

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  7. oh my, these sound and look delicious! And.....not only are you a very talented doll maker, you sure have a knack for photography!

    Thanks for sharing your recipe for yummy pickles Peanut!

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  8. Oh Peanut these sound AWESOME! I cant wait to make them! Thanks for the recipe!
    Jen

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  9. Thanks for sharing this, Peanut. And the photos are just delish!

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  10. Thank you for a wonderful recipe, Peanut.

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  11. Beautiful pictures!!!!!! YUMMY!

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