Bread & butter pickles

Learn how to make your own mouthwatering bread & butter pickles at home. Try our easy recipe and enjoy the perfect balance of sweet and tangy flavors in every bite.
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Use a really crunchy cucumber to start. Either Persian or Japanese cucumbers. Or a good English cucumber if you can't find the other varieties. Personally, we rarely find good, crunchy "Pickling" cucumbers so we always pass on using them. But if you find or grow nice ones, they'd work great too. We let the cucumber slices sit out overnight covered in paper towels after salting them to help them dry out a bit more and develop a nice crunch. They may look a little too dried out in the morning…

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Ruby Jane
Homemade Bread and Butter Pickles are easy to make, fresh, and the perfect accompaniment to your favorite sandwich. This recipe for SWEET refrigerator pickles uses the microwave, so the pickles are ready in about 15 minutes from start to finish! #LTGrecipes #refrigerated #pickles #breadandbutter #easyrecipe #pickled #cucumbers #homemade #microwaverecipe #homemadeeasy #sweetpickles Courgettes, Salsa, Summer, Fresh, Amigurumi Patterns, Sauces, Microwave Pickles Recipe, Microwave Bread And Butter Pickles Recipe, Refrigerator Pickles

Homemade Bread and Butter Pickles are easy to make, fresh, and the perfect accompaniment to your favorite sandwich. This recipe for SWEET refrigerator pickles uses the microwave, so the pickles are ready in about 15 minutes from start to finish! #LTGrecipes #refrigerated #pickles #breadandbutter #easyrecipe #pickled #cucumbers #homemade #microwaverecipe #homemadeeasy #sweetpickles

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Jamie Penge
Bread and Butter Pickles Recipe from @whiteonrice nothing is better on a burger off the grill than home made pickles!

Use a really crunchy cucumber to start. Either Persian or Japanese cucumbers. Or a good English cucumber if you can't find the other varieties. Personally, we rarely find good, crunchy "Pickling" cucumbers so we always pass on using them. But if you find or grow nice ones, they'd work great too. We let the cucumber slices sit out overnight covered in paper towels after salting them to help them dry out a bit more and develop a nice crunch. They may look a little too dried out in the morning…

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Connie Harper