Monday, July 11, 2011

Tasty Tuesday- Refrigerator Zucchini Pickles

In honor of our zucchini being ready, I figured I would share a recipe that fascinated us. One of our very first markets was the Johnson City Farmer's Market at the Oakdale Mall. Now it was an ok market, lot of fun people watching and learned alot from some of the older customers we had. It was a great time.

One day this lady came to us that had bought from us before and started talking about zucchini pickles. Now anyone who knows Eric Sr, knows he does not like vegetables cooked. Well some he does but not many. Anyways, we thought they were going to be really nasty. She brought them in the next week for us to try. And to our amazement they were incredible.

Of course I lost the recipe, I don't remember the ladies name and have no clue where to find it. But I found this recipe on a recipe search and this sounds kinda like it. I am hoping to try to make this within the next couple days.


5-6 Zucchini sliced or cubed
4 sliced onions
4 cups Sugar
2 cups vinegar
1 cup water
1/2 cup pickling salt
1 tsp Tumeric
1 1/2 tsp celery seed
1 1/2 tsp mustard seed
5 heads of dill

Boil the sugar, vinegar, water, salt and spices 5 minutes. Let cool. Pour over zucchini, onions, and dill. Store in gallon glass or plastic jar in refrigerator. Keeps until its' gone!

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