Recipes for Pickled Fruit & Vegetables
Add crunch and color to your meal with our collection of recipes for pickled vegetables.
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.
These addictively crunchy sticks would make a mighty fine Bloody Mary garnish. Wide-mouth jars are your friend here. When placing beans into jars, try squeezing them into a tight bunch before pushing them down inside.
View Recipe: Dilly Beans
What a sweet addition to a summer veggie plate! Any kind of beets will work; we used golden ones for their lovely color. Although we love the softer flavor of white balsamic vinegar, you can also make this using 2 1/2 cups water mixed with 2 1/2 cups cider vinegar.
Serve this crunchy-sweet-tangy relish on burgers or hot dogs, on a pile of black-eyed peas, in deviled eggs, or over steaks or grilled fish. If you don't have a colander large enough to hold the vegetables, drain them in a clean sink.
These glistening jewels would be incredible as a sauce for duck breast, as part of a cheese platter, spooned onto ricotta-topped crostini, draped over yogurt, or plopped into cocktails.
View Recipe: Refrigerator Pickled Blackberries