1 - 10 of 36 for candied dill pickles
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Use any dill pickles, regular, Kosher, ... occasionally (room temperature but cool). Return pickles to their jar and fill with syrup. Cover and refrigerate.
1 quart Kosher dill pickles. Take out ... Put in the original jar and refrigerate 2-3 days. They will be crunchy and can be kept refrigerated a long time.
Mix well and ... is dissolved. Drain pickles, you can use hamburger chips or whole dill pickle sliced lengthwise. Pour slightly ... over them and chill.
Mix together and pour over 1 quart dill pickles. Let set all day, stirring frequently. Store in refrigerator until used.
Drain and slice ... away brine. Put pickles in large bowl. ... Next day, stir occasionally for 24 hours. Third day, put mixture back in jar and refrigerate.
Drain and rinse pickles several times - ... together all ingredients and pour over pickles. Seal tight and turn upside down for 12-24 hours. Keep refrigerated.
Drain pickles (generic brand is ... shake jar to coat pickles. Place in refrigerator for 10 to 14 days, shaking daily to help keep them moist and crisp.
Drain pickles, cut in ... temperature overnight, then put in refrigerator to make crisp. If you want to use a gallon of pickles, it takes 5 pounds of sugar.
Pour liquid off pickles, slice pickles, ... and stir to dissolve sugar. Pour over pickles in jar and cover. Refrigerate at least 24 hours before serving.
Drain pickles and slice. Mix ... sugar dissolves. Stir occasionally.. Put in larger container and refrigerate 2 weeks. Then eat! Crunchy and delicious!!!
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