Total Time
30mins
Prep 0 mins
Cook 30 mins

I hope you enjoy this. My dad does.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Wash beans, push together as close as you can in a pint jar. Try to push as many beans as you can into one pint jar.
  2. In a Pint Jar Add: crushed red pepper, mustard seed, dill seed, and garlic.
  3. Combine vinegar, salt, and water and put on stove.
  4. Heat to a boil. Process 5 minutes after boiling starts.
  5. Tip: I put the lid on the stove to on warm so when I put the mixture in it will close tightly and won't come undone.
  6. Fill jars and seal.
  7. Tip: Do not spill the mixture on you- it is hot and will burn you.
  8. Wait 3 months before opening.
  9. This makes 10 pints.

Reviews

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Very easy to make! I had a surplus of green beans from my neighbor, and had never canned g. beans before so I chose this recipe. I added spices and 1 garlic clove per jar, then I put the beans in and poured the vinegar mixture over the top. I put the jars in a hot water bath for 10 min. and placed them upside down to finish sealing. I used regular salt, but should I have used pickling salt, or canning salt? Or does it matter? Nevertheless, now it's just a waiting game! Ok, so DH & I couldn't wait the 3 months & opened one this morning & it was amazing! We ate them straight but would be super good with a bloody mary! I'm going to save the rest of the jars for our family reunion and sell them in the auction... thanx for the great recipe luvinlife94!

JuneDawg September 06, 2009

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