Pickled cucumbers

Pickled cucumbers – recipe with photo, food preservation for the winter
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Cooking time: 1 h

Difficulty: Medium recipe

Recipe yield: 1 l

Pickled cucumbers – food preservation recipe for the winter. Cucumbers can be preserved in several ways, you can salting cucumbers, or you can pickle. Cucumbers are marinated with the addition of various herbs and spices, so that the pickled cucumbers are crispy and not soft, when pickling, you must add tarragon or nut or oak leaves, you can do both, because, in addition to firmness, these ingredients give pickled cucumbers a wonderful aroma and taste.

Pickled cucumbers ingredients

Pickled cucumbers recipe

Preparing cucumbers for pickling

To prepare a food preservation recipe pickled cucumbers, wash and sterilize one liter jars. Pour cucumbers with cold water and set aside for 6-8 hours.

Placing spices, leaves and cucumbers in jars

Put all the leaves and green leaves in sterilized jars, except for the garlic. Wash cucumbers and put in prepared jars. To fit more cucumbers, it is best to put them in jars one to one.

Scalding cucumbers with boiling water

When the cucumbers are completely packed in jars, pour boiling water over them, cover with a lid and let stand for 2-3 minutes. Then put on the nylon lid with holes and drain the water into the pan. Add some more water to the saucepan and bring to a boil. Repeat this procedure again.

Adding salt, sugar, garlic and vinegar to pickled cucumbers

After the second scalding of the cucumbers, add garlic, salt, sugar and vinegar to the jars. Pour the marinade over the cucumbers one last time and seal with tin lids.

Capping pickled cucumbers in jars

Sealed jars with pickled cucumbers turn the lids down, wrap them in a warm blanket and let cool, and then move them to the pantry for further storage.

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