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Old 20-10-2010, 11:53
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Default Homemade dill pickles

Homemade dill pickles


Recipe Description
Perfect for cohens burgers!!! 
Ingredients:
cucumber
dill
vinegar 
Preparation Steps:
Take a lidded container and fill with plain white vinegar.

Add 2 handfulls of roughly chopped dill

Slice cucumbers into thin rounds 
Level of Difficulty:
Easy 
Time Needed:
2 minutes 
Serves:
 
Instructions:
Half fill container with vinegar and throw in chopped dill. Add in cucumber slices and push them below the liquid.

Leave for a day or two and then just weigh them with your fresh ingredients.

These can be eaten as soon as but taste better after a couple of days. 
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Old 28-10-2010, 23:15
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Default Re: Homemade dill pickles

Thanks Deb
I have made these and they are good, only problem the vinegar is a bit strong in them. Was thinking of trying with some white wine or red wine vinegar. Love pickled cucumbers and these work a treat to replace.
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Old 29-10-2010, 18:56
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Hi Wendy

As I read your post I suddenly realised that i use diluted vinegar....

See I water it down to 50:50 with water to use instead of fabric softener and when i made the dill pickles I just grabbed the vinegar from the laundry...

So sorry for the inconvenience!!!
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thanks Deb, will try that tomorrow, makes more sense.
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Old 10-01-2012, 19:53
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Made these the other day. Yummy.. I love them. They taste really great if you chop a few slices with shallots, cabbage, celery and mayo.. gives a tang to coleslaw..
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what a great idea. I can't wait to try them on my next burger! Thanks
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Default Re: Homemade dill pickles

Having thought a bit about this recipe you probably could add a stevia tablet, a pinch of mustard seed, and it would be a bit like bread and butter pickles! mmmmmm
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Default Re: Homemade dill pickles

I also make what I call 2-day dills - but I add in cloves of garlic and course salt.
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Oh wow, these sound yummy. I love pickles, so am thrilled with these. Thanks for sharing
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You can do the same with onion. Just slice into rings and allow to pickle for a few hrs. Goes great chopped up in coleslaw..
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