|by Marco Pierre White|
This portfolio combines recipes and dramatic photography with White's outrageous opinions and observations on the dishes he creates.
Results 1 - 10 of 34 for no heat brine pickles
Result Page: 1
Use only freshly ... uses a pickling brine and fermentation process ... to crisp the pickles. Wash jars. ... boils vigorously, lower heat to maintain a ... in cooperation with the USDA
Soak cucumbers, cut ... hours in a brine made of 1 ... and take from heat. Into each ... and pour over pickles. Seal. Water ... water has returned to a boil.
Scrub cucumbers with ... to boil. While brine is heating, pack ... wash and dry. Refrigerate at least a week before serving. They keep for a month or more.
Wash cucumbers thoroughly. ... hours covered in brine made of 1 ... remove kettle from heat. Place 2 ... immediately. Process 20 minutes in boiling-water bath.
Have freshly picked ... clean, sterile jars. Heat brine to boiling, put ... is fine. Let pickles stand about 6 ... refrigerator until you make the next batch.
Heat water, vinegar, salt, ... Pour over small pickles or quartered cucumbers. ... 3 days, pour brine, heat to ... cover with brine and seal with hot lids.
Wash and dry ... 24 hours. In brine made of 1 ... Place on high heat, bring to ... cucumbers to where there is 1/2" left on top of jar. Seal. Yield: 4 quarts.
Stir well and heat until water boils. Turn heat off and let cool. Add 1/2 cup vinegar and stir. Put over cucumbers in jar and seal.
Melt brine of a proportion ... over the drained pickles. On the ... discard alum water. Heat 6 cups vinegar, ... of jar with boiling liquid. Seal at once.
Wash zucchini and ... in a saucepan. Heat to boiling. Pour hot brine over the zucchini ... garlic. Adjust lids. Process 10 minutes. Yields about 4 pints.
Result Page: 1
top of page