Pickled Garlic with Jalapenos

Cindy Berry


If you like spicy and sweet, your going to love this. When I make a cheese and pepperoni tray I add grapes, pickels, olives and pickeled garlic. Most of the time I have to refill the garlic first.

★★★★★ 2 votes
12 pints
2 Hr
10 Min


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3 qt
white vinegar
7 c
9 Tbsp
pickeling spice
crushed red pepper
jalapenos, fresh (sliced) be sure to wear gloves.
12 pt
canning jars and lids

How to Make Pickled Garlic with Jalapenos


  • 1Separate enough garlic from heads to fill 12 pint canning jars. Peel garlic.
  • 2Combine white vinegar, sugar and pickeling spice in large pan. Bring to a boil and then simmer for 10 min.
  • 3Place one slice jalapeno in bottom of each jar fill. Fill each jar with garlic. Sprinkle some crushed red pepper flakes over top of garlic.
  • 4Pour hot vinegar mixture over garlic fill to about 1/4 inch from top. Wipe any excess vinegar or seeds off top of jar and seal with lids, tightly.
  • 5Process the filled jars in boiling water for 10 min. Remove from water and wait for the popping of the lids to start.
  • 6Let cool completely and store. The longer the jars sit the more pickeling flavor. Enjoy!

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About Pickled Garlic with Jalapenos

Course/Dish: Other Snacks
Hashtags: #Garlic, #canning

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