FANNIE MCCOY Recipe

BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES

By FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2


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FANNIE's Story

HOMEMADE PICKLES ARE THE BEST ONES

Ingredients

6 qt
thinly sliced cucumbers
6 medium
white onions thinly sliced
3/4 c
pickling or course kosher salt
2 c
water
1 qt
vinegar
4 c
sugar
2 Tbsp
celery seed
3 Tbsp
mustard seed
3 tsp
tumeric

Directions Step-By-Step

1
ARRANGE SLICED CUCUMBERS AND ONIONS IN A BOWL.SPRINKLE EACH LAYER WITH SALT.COVER AND LET STAND 3 HOURS.
2
DRAIN OFF JUICE. COMBINE WATER, VINEGAR,SUGAR,CELERY AND MUSTARD SEED AND TUMERIC.
3
BOIL 3 MIN. UNTIL SUGAR IS DISSOLVED. ADD CUCUMBER MIXTURE AND BRING TO A BOIL.LET SIMMER FOR A FEW MINUTES.
4
SEAL IN HOT STERILIZED JARS.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Vegetable Appetizers
Collection: Grill Favorites
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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35 Comments

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FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2
Aug 24, 2013
my youngest loves pickles of any kind and he loves spicy foods , will have to try the tabasco.
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Deb Tyler dirtdober
Aug 3, 2013
Homemade bread N butter pickes made from store bought dill pickles....
drain the pickles very well. (I buy the dill chips) Put the dill chips back into the jar they came in and for a gallon jug add 1 pound of sugar and close them up and let them sit for a few days taking care to shake, rotate the jar so the sugar melts....

I make "Tabasco" flavored sweet pickles by adding 2 large bottles of any flavor Tabasco sauce you want to the pickle chips and sugar. (I use the green tabasco sauce)

People that don't like sweet pickles will beg for this recipe or for you to make them for them!!!
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Jamie McCranie Gokie
Jul 8, 2013
@lucretia....I actually made bread and butter pickles from dill pickles this weekend. Super easy..Drain the dill pickles...cut up (bite size)...put back in the jar.....I boiled 2 cups vinegar and 4 1/2 to 5 cups sugar...I also added pickling spice prob at least two tbs (which made them a little spicy)...brought the vinegar mixture to a rolling boil then poured it over the cut up pickles....I let it sit on my counter for a couple of days before eating them....they were so good w/a little bite....my aunt shared this recipe w/me!
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FANNIE MCCOY ZAYDEN2
Jul 25, 2011
you will do fine
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Pati Meyer Pati_meyer
Jul 24, 2011
trying it with the cucumbers from my garden, wish me luck, as I've never tried to can anything at all.