|Best of Irish Cooking|
|by Alex Barker|
With more than 100 mouth-watering traditional Irish recipes, this superb cookbook includes how to make Irish Fry, Soda Bread, Irish Stew, Spiced B...
1 - 10 of 162 for canning dill pickles
Slice unpeeled cucumbers ... 1 1/2 teaspoons dill seed, 1 teaspoon ... 3 months if refrigerated, and within 1 year if processed in a boiling water bath.
Sort freshly picked ... sterilized quart sized canning jars. To each ... garlic, 2 heads dill and 1 whole ... recommendations are for pickles to be processed ... Claussen, Freeborn County Fair, Minnesota
In a 4 ... one of fresh dill leaves, stems and/or ... water or the pickles will not ferment ... 1 pound of canning or Kosher salt. ... 1/4-inch headspace in jars.
Select firm fresh ... 1 head fresh dill, 2 to ... jars packed with pickles (about 20-30 medium ... Note: Use only canning salt - table ... to darken and shrivel.
Use only freshly ... to crisp the pickles. Wash jars. ... heads of fresh dill per pint. Cover ... Pennsylvania State University in cooperation with the USDA
Boil a large ... and sterilize the canning jar, ring and ... sterilized jar with dill. Bring vinegar ... 24 hours. Store pickles in a cool, ... Makes 1 quart jar.
Pack okra or ... garlic and 1 dill sprig. Bring vinegar ... okra. Process in a boiling water bath for 15 minutes. Store for at least 2 weeks before using.
Sterilize 4 1-quart canning jars. Place in ... a sprig of dill with seeds attached. ... Half of the pickles will lose their ... the pickles will be soft.
Soak freshly picked ... cucumbers or the pickles will be rubbery). ... several sprigs of dill, one clove ... adjust 2 piece canning lids. Process in ... the pickles to mellow.
Pack beans, lengthwise, ... and 1 head dill. Combine remaining ... pints and quarts 10 minutes in boiling water bath. Yields about 4 pints or 2 quarts.
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