How to Make Refrigerator Pickles 2 Ways; dill plus bread & butter
Refrigerator Pickles 2 Ways no-canning needed and I’m here to show you how to make them! Dill plus bread & butter, Quick, Easy & No-Canning Needed! I promise you it’s the easiest thing since bread & butter! As a bonus, I’m including both bread & butter and dill pickles!
I don’t know about you, but there’s just something about opening that refrigerator door to have a big ole’ juicy jar of pickles looking back at you just waiting to be enjoyed on the back porch on a hot summer day! And if you live in the South, like I do….well you just might take a big ole’ swig of that pickle juice right out of that cold mason jar! Now that’s when you know you live in the South!
What is a Pickle? Well, it’s simply a small cucumber preserved in a brine solution of vinegar. Most pickles are varieties of cucumbers grown specifically for pickling. If you’d like to know how I go about Growing my Cucumbers for Pickling, Enjoy THIS BLOG.
Are Pickles Healthy or Good for You? Pickles are indeed a low in fat, low calorie snack which include other benefits. They can benefit by providing Vitamin K, Vitamin A, Potassium, Vitamin C, and Electrolytes That being said, they can be high in sodium therefore people with high blood pressure may want to limit their intake of pickles.
How to Make Refrigerator Pickles 2 Ways both dill plus bread & butter…
Preparing Bread & Butter Pickles are much of the same as Dill Pickles, with Two additional steps.
Pick or Purchase Pickling Cucumbers, Wash Cucumbers, Slice Cucumbers Coat Sliced Cucumbers in Kosher Salt, Refrigerate for 1Hr & Rinse Thoroughly, Place in 1 Pint Jar I Really like THESE 1 PINT WIDE MOUTH JARS
Combine All Ingredients and Heat on Stove until Sugars are Dissolved only takes a few moments Let Cool a Bit, Pour Ingredients over Sliced Pickles in the 1 Pint Jar