Fire and Ice Pickles

Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Serves: Many!!
Prep Time:

Ingredients

1 gal vlasic dills or whole sours (i like to cut them to my preferred size)
12 clove garlic - mashed
4 lb sugar
2 tsp mustard seed
2 tsp celery seed
1 or 2 bottle tabasco sauce (i use only one)

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Joey Urey Recipe
Full Flavored
St. Marys GA & St Augustine, FL
paljoey
Member Since Nov 2010
Joey's notes for this recipe:
Recipe given to me by dear friends who have since passed away. Never had anyone who did not like these. These are always in my fridge. So so simple! I hope you enjoy them too.
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Directions

1
Drain dill pickles well.
2
Cut whole pickles into bite sized pieces
3
Layer pickles in jar interspersed with rest of ingredients. Add most of the sugar at the last. It takes some shaking to get all the sugar to settle in the jar.
4
Roll every day for 1 week. (usually takes only 1-2 days)
5
Refrigerate or process. (I keep mine in the fridge and they keep very well)

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user Sally Boyster sboyster - Oct 7, 2011
These are wonderful! I like mine extra spicy so use dried red chili flakes too. I haven't used the mustard seed, but imagine it would be a good addition. I make a gallon of these at a time and keep in the fridge. Use them to make tuna salad and other meat salads...they are especially good there, but they are great to just eat too!
user nellie rickey jus4nan - Oct 7, 2011
I make fire and ice tomatoes that my freind really loves..I am going to make these for her b day as the recipe is simular and I know she will love them lol
user Kim Biegacki pistachyoo - Oct 10, 2011
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user nellie rickey jus4nan - Oct 13, 2011
I made a small jar first for a test..just made a chopped egg sandwich with these and they will always be a staple in my house..but I must admit I am not a tobasco fan..so I cut way back and replaced with a touch of cayenne..no matter they are now a staple at my house lol
user Joey Urey paljoey - Oct 13, 2011
Nellie - the tabasco is not that strong - one small bottle works great. Thanks for trying them.. My jar is "seasoning"...

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