Recipes for Pickled Vegetables

Add crunch and color to your meal with our collection of recipes for pickled vegetables.

Preserve Your Bounty

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Preserve Your Bounty

Preserve the season's bounty with these delicious pickled vegetable recipes. Create tasty, tangy veggies that work great when used on top of salads, sandwiches, or even as a garnish for your favorite cocktail.

First up is our Spicy Pickled Green Beans. Pleasantly sharp, these are a choice garnish for a cocktail buffet. If you're making the recipe for a gift, the beans look gorgeous in tall glass jars.

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Easy Pickled Beets

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Easy Pickled Beets

Just six ingredients go into this easy sweet-and-sour pickled beets side dish. Use a mix of red and golden beets, if you like.

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Rosé and Raspberry Pickled Beets

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Rosé and Raspberry Pickled Beets

Well worth the wait, these pickled beets have an intense flavor and super sweet aroma.

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Pickled Onion, Blue Cheese, and Berry Salad

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Pickled Onion, Blue Cheese, and Berry Salad

Fed up with boring salads? Dine on something with a kick. This salad blends tangy Vidalia onions, sharp blue cheese, and sweet berries for a wonderfully delicious dish.

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Pickled Vegetables

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Pickled Vegetables

Try these pickled veggies for an easy, tasty and unique side dish to serve along side your favorite entree. Don't be intimidated; the recipe is as easy as slicing veggies and boiling a few ingredients.

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Roasted Eggplant with Pomegranate, Pickled Chiles, and Pecans

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Roasted Eggplant with Pomegranate, Pickled Chiles, and Pecans

Toasted pecans and pickled jalapeños infuse some Southern accents into the traditional Middle-Eastern dish.

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Pickled Ramps and Asparagus

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Pickled Ramps and Asparagus

This recipe requires only 8 minutes of hands-on time. After preparing, just cover and chill for 2 days. Use them as a unique condiment at spring barbecues, as a garnish in a spicy Bloody Mary, or even a la carte for a quick munch.

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Spicy Pickled Okra

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Spicy Pickled Okra

It's easier than you think to pickle your own okra, and pickling is a great way to make use of an abundant garden harvest. Serve these spicy and crunchy pods as a side dish or part of a relish tray. They're also an unusual garnish for a martini.

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Quick Pickled Cucumbers

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Quick Pickled Cucumbers

Quick-pickled cukes give any dish a nice, tart crunch.

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Citrus Pickled Red Onion and Golden Beet Salad with Green Beans

Citrus Pickled Red Onion and Golden Beet Salad with Green Beans

Start this salad a day ahead since the beets need to marinate in the refrigerator overnight. Because it's easier to grate rind from whole fruit, grate 1/2 teaspoon orange rind before squeezing the fruit for juice.

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Quick Pickled Dilly Green Beans

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Quick Pickled Dilly Green Beans

A fresh alternative to pickled cukes, these crisp, crunchy treats make a zesty summer snack, garnish for a Bloody Mary, or condiment in a sandwich or salad. These picked green beans are easy to prepare and will keep up to a week in the refrigerator.

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Spicy Pickled Beans

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Spicy Pickled Beans

Keep these crunchy, sweet-sour-spicy beans on hand for snacking or set them out on a relish tray at a cocktail party.

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