1 - 10 of 44 for pickled candied cucumbers

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Peel, quarter and seed cucumbers. Need 2 ... hours. Bring to a boil. Put in hot sterilized jars. Makes 10-12 pints. This makes wonderful Christmas gifts.

Let stand in solution 24 hours. Drain and wash until water is clear. Cover with cold water and soak 3 hours (drain). Simmer 2 hours in: Drain. Make a ...

Peel, slice 1/4 ... thick, and seed cucumbers. Soak 24 ... but it is well worth the wait! They taste like the best spiced apple rings you've ever eaten.

Peel, slice and remove center portion of cucumbers. Mix 2 ... overnight. Place cucumbers in jars. Reheat syrup and pour over cucumbers in jars and seal at once.

Use overgrown cucumbers usually thrown away. ... liquid and reheat, but do not boil and pour over cucumbers. On 3rd day, heat syrup, pack in jars and seal.

Mix water and lime. Do not use alum. Soak in lime mixture 24 hours. Drain and rinse rings. Discard lime mixture. Soak rings in ice water 3 hours. ...

Mix 2 cups ... cucumber rings. Let set overnight. Drain off; heat and pour back over cucumbers. Do this for 3 days. On 3rd day, pack rings in jars; seal.

Wash cucumbers. Cover with ... boil and put in canning jars. Process in canner for 10 minutes. All pickling should be done in stainless steel or glass.

1. Mix water ... this mixture). Soak cucumbers in the lime ... Process the jars 10 minutes in a boiling water bath canner. Let cool and tighten lids firmly.

Peel cucumbers and slice 1/2 ... pan. Heat and pour back into rings. Next morning heat rings and syrup to boil, pack and seal into jars. Makes 6 or 7 pints.

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