Grandma Delleplain Kosler Dill Pickles

Grandma Delleplain Kosler Dill Pickles

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donna clark


In the 20's - 40's everything was home grown, and and canning was a way of life . Nothing went to wast, and your winter meals depended on what you canned. This was my grand mothers recipe, it takes time but well worth it.


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makes 7 pints
15 Min
30 Min


How to Make Grandma Delleplain Kosler Dill Pickles


  1. Wash cucumbers thoroughly . Slice in half lengthwise. Peel garlic cloves, and split in half.
  2. Clean 7 masson jars in boiling hot water with lids and set aside.
  3. Add garlic, salt, vinegar, and water in a pot and hear to boiling. Remove garlic and put ( 4 ) halves into each jar.
  4. Pack cucumbers into clean hot jars. Add 2 tablespoons dill seeds and 3 peppercorns to each jar.
  5. Fill each with boiling pickling syrup to 1/2 inch from top of jars. Seal jars immediatelt. Process in boiling water bath for 10 minutes. Take out of water let set to cool and set aside for a week befor eating.
  6. For PLAIN DILL PICKLES just omit the garlic from the recipe. This makes 7 ( pint size ) jars of pickles.

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