Mom and Grandma always made the best pickles and whether your favorite was garlicky dill or sweet bread & butter, their recipes are some of the most sought after when it comes to canning time.
Want to make some yummy pickles of your own without getting out all the equipment? Whip up some of these simple but oh-so-tasty fridge favorites...Mary Ann Nemecek of Springfield, Illinois shared this recipe with us and it's perfect for this time of year.
Aunt Ceil’s Refrigerated Pickles
Aunt Ceil owned and operated her own homestyle restaurant. One summer, many years ago, she gave us a jar of these delicious pickles along with her recipe. We were amazed at how easy it is to make them and have since shared the recipe with many family & friends.
1 gal. cucumbers, sliced
3 onions, thinly sliced
1 gal glass jar with lid
1 T. mustard seed
2 T. celery seed
1 t. turmeric
3 c. white vinegar
3 c. sugar
1/3 c. canning salt
Layer cucumbers and onions in the glass jar; set aside. Whisk remaining ingredients; pour over cucumbers and onions. Secure lid and refrigerate. Shake twice a day for the next 7 days. Keep refrigerated. Makes one gallon.