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15 Pickled Vegetables For summer.

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
06/04/2014
  • Garlic-Dill Refrigerator Pickles
Forget canning, all you need for excellent dill pickle flavor is a quick trip to the fridge! Consider this the lazy way to make everyone's favorite pickle at home.

Get the recipe from An Edible Mosaic.
    Garlic-Dill Refrigerator Pickles
    Forget canning, all you need for excellent dill pickle flavor is a quick trip to the fridge! Consider this the lazy way to make everyone's favorite pickle at home.

    Get the recipe from An Edible Mosaic.

  • Quick Pickled Grapes
Everyone knows that sweet and savory is the best flavor profile ever, so get it going on with these addictive pickled grapes.

Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
    Quick Pickled Grapes
    Everyone knows that sweet and savory is the best flavor profile ever, so get it going on with these addictive pickled grapes.

    Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
  • Gin and Tonic Pickles
Yep. These awesome pickles have gin, tonic, and a healthy smattering of juniper berries. Who says the lunch cocktail is dead?

Get the recipe from The View From Great Island.
    Gin and Tonic Pickles
    Yep. These awesome pickles have gin, tonic, and a healthy smattering of juniper berries. Who says the lunch cocktail is dead?

    Get the recipe from The View From Great Island.
  • Quick Pickled Red Onions
No one's going to admit to loving onions, but they're the silent workhorses that make just about everything taste good. When pickled, they add a sour pop and a bit of crunch to everything from burgers to potato salad to roast beef.

Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
    Quick Pickled Red Onions
    No one's going to admit to loving onions, but they're the silent workhorses that make just about everything taste good. When pickled, they add a sour pop and a bit of crunch to everything from burgers to potato salad to roast beef.

    Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
  • Quick Pickled Asparagus and Carrots

http://gourmandeinthekitchen.com/2013/quick-pickled-carrots-asparagus-recipe/
    Quick Pickled Asparagus and Carrots

    http://gourmandeinthekitchen.com/2013/quick-pickled-carrots-asparagus-recipe/
  • Sweet & Spicy Pickles
A spin on the classic bread and butter pickle, these pickles are balanced, delicious, and exactly what you want to stuff your face with at 4 a.m. on Saturday morning.

Get the recipe from The View From Great Island.
    Sweet & Spicy Pickles
    A spin on the classic bread and butter pickle, these pickles are balanced, delicious, and exactly what you want to stuff your face with at 4 a.m. on Saturday morning.

    Get the recipe from The View From Great Island.
  • Quick Pickled Cherries
The serious sweetness of fresh summer cherries is tempered beautifully by a little brine. If you're in need of a show-stopping appetizer for summer parties, this is it.

Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
    Quick Pickled Cherries
    The serious sweetness of fresh summer cherries is tempered beautifully by a little brine. If you're in need of a show-stopping appetizer for summer parties, this is it.

    Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
  • Chow-Chow
No summer cookout should go without this spiced Southern staple. Made either as a relish or slaw, a batch of this homemade chowchow will give you southern cred faster than you can say y'all.

Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
    Chow-Chow
    No summer cookout should go without this spiced Southern staple. Made either as a relish or slaw, a batch of this homemade chowchow will give you southern cred faster than you can say y'all.

    Get the recipe from Brooklyn Supper.
  • Soy Sauce Pickled Veggies
Tired of carrot sticks? Add some soy sauce to the mix and enjoy a world of snack-worthy pickles in no time.

Get the recipe from  Always order Dessert.
    Soy Sauce Pickled Veggies
    Tired of carrot sticks? Add some soy sauce to the mix and enjoy a world of snack-worthy pickles in no time.

    Get the recipe from Always order Dessert.
  • Pickled Dill Beans
Dilly beans are legendary. Make a jar of these crunchy, herbaceous green beans and find out why.

Get the recipe from Apron Strings Blog.
    Pickled Dill Beans
    Dilly beans are legendary. Make a jar of these crunchy, herbaceous green beans and find out why.

    Get the recipe from Apron Strings Blog.
  • Fermented Sour Pickles
Get ready to take your pickles to the next level.

Get the recipe from Growing Up Gabel.
    Fermented Sour Pickles
    Get ready to take your pickles to the next level.

    Get the recipe from Growing Up Gabel.
  • Quick Pickled Cucumbers
Soy, sesame, and scallions make these cukes off-the-hook delicious and just the thing to accompany your favorite Japanese staples like ramen or sushi.

Get the recipe from The Lemon Bowl.
    Quick Pickled Cucumbers
    Soy, sesame, and scallions make these cukes off-the-hook delicious and just the thing to accompany your favorite Japanese staples like ramen or sushi.

    Get the recipe from The Lemon Bowl.
  • Spicy Pickled Asparagus 
Asparagus season is relatively short, but thanks to this spicy and amazing recipe from at home-preserving goddess Marisa McLellan, you can enjoy the snap of tasty asparagus well into next winter.

Get the recipe from Simple Bites.
    Spicy Pickled Asparagus
    Asparagus season is relatively short, but thanks to this spicy and amazing recipe from at home-preserving goddess Marisa McLellan, you can enjoy the snap of tasty asparagus well into next winter.

    Get the recipe from Simple Bites.
  • Brine Fermented Vegetables

Channel everything great about old-timey DIY and make these homemade brine-fermented pickled vegetables. Laura Ingalls Wilder’s got nothin’ on you.

Get the recipe from Simple Bites.
    Brine Fermented Vegetables

    Channel everything great about old-timey DIY and make these homemade brine-fermented pickled vegetables. Laura Ingalls Wilder’s got nothin’ on you.

    Get the recipe from Simple Bites.
  • Pickled Peaches
Peaches are pretty amazing all by themselves, but a dip in brine renders them straight-up fantastic. Your sandwiches will never be the same again.

Get the recipe from Poet in the Pantry.
    Pickled Peaches
    Peaches are pretty amazing all by themselves, but a dip in brine renders them straight-up fantastic. Your sandwiches will never be the same again.

    Get the recipe from Poet in the Pantry.
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