This Pickled Eggplant 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.
This Pink Pickled Onions recipe 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!
I’ve had dill pickles before, but these Spicy Dill Pickled Carrots 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!
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 are bite-sized snacks that are really high in protein.
These Japanese Style Pickled Veggies 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!