Here’s what to do with all those garden vegetables that you have! These pickled vegetable recipes are easy and taste amazing.
Have you ever tried canning? Pickling vegetables is a really easy way to preserve all those veggies that you (or your family) grew in your garden. You can pickle just about everything.
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Best Pickled Vegetable Recipes For Canning
I picked out my favorite recipes for you! Which of these would you try? Check out the creative variety of pickled vegetable recipes out there.
Sweet Pickle Relish
My Sweet Pickle Relish recipe is the perfect balance of sweet and tangy. It tastes delicious on top of hamburgers. You can use your leftover cucumbers, onion, and red peppers in it.
If you like spice, then give these Pickled Jalapenos by My Kitchen Escapades a try! This method perfectly preserves them so that you can use them in salsa or on your favorite meat.
This Pickled Eggplant by Christina’s Cucina is surprisingly delicious! I had no idea you could even pickle eggplant. It makes it softer, but it doesn’t fall apart. You probably have everything you need in your kitchen already.
Pickled Red Onions
These Pickled Red Onions by Cooking with Bry taste amazing chopped up in a green salad or mixed in with a salsa. When you pickle the onions, it gives them an almost sweet taste.
Even people that don’t like asparagus might like the Pickled Asparagus by Dishin in the Kitchen. It changes the texture of the spears and gives them a nice kick! They are a delightful snack.
These Pickled Beets by Common Sense Home are just like Grandma used to make! They definitely have a unique taste that you will either love or not – there really isn’t a middle ground.
Pink Pickled Onions
This Pink Pickled Onions recipe by Southern + Modern is for anyone that doesn’t want to deal with the mess and time of canning. All you do is put the sliced onions in a small jar. Then, cover it with the boiling vinegar and water mixture. Seal it and store it – so easy!
Pickled Green Beans
Fresh green beans right out of the garden are perfect, but these Pickled Green Beans by Oh Snap Let’s Eat are a close second! This recipe preserves them so that you can eat them all winter long.
Sweet and Spicy Pickled Rhubarb
When you pickle rhubarb, you actually change the texture so the stalks are edible. The transformation of these Sweet and Spicy Pickled Rhubarb by Bacon is Magic is pretty phenomenal. They make a healthy snack.
Spicy Dill Pickled Carrots
I’ve had dill pickles before, but these Spicy Dill Pickled Carrots by Crave the Good might become my new favorite dill canning recipe. The carrots perfectly soak up all the herbs and spices. When you bite, your mouth is filled with flavor!
Sunchokes are related to sunflowers and are also called Jerusalem artichokes. These Pickled Sunchokes by Hilda’s Kitchen have a delightfully crunchy texture and addicting flavor.
Pickled Beets and Turnips
If the color of these Pickled Beets and Turnips by Foodal doesn’t entice you, the flavor will! Even people who aren’t fans of beets and turnips will enjoy their canned counterparts.
Pickled Quail Eggs
Pickled eggs are an acquired taste and texture. They turn out rubbery which is either really delicious or kinda strange, depending on your point of view. Even so, these Pickled Quail Eggs by Practical Self Reliance are bite-sized snacks that are really high in protein.
Japanese Style Pickled Veggies
These Japanese Style Pickled Veggies by Daily Cooking Quest are made with rice vinegar and dried kelp from Japan. If you want to try something different, then this is the recipe for you.
Preserve Vegetables And Make Them Last
When you can your vegetables, you preserve their shelf life. This cuts down on food waste! Now you can snack on them all year long! Some of them are delicious snacks, other ideas in this list make better sides. I hope you enjoyed this list – please pin it and share it with your friends!
More Recipes With Fresh Vegetables
Want some more ways to use garden veggies? Try one of these recipes!