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So easy, so good. I made it on Sunday & had some with lunch today. They are crunchy & crisp. Be sure to press the cukes as the recipe says to get excess water out, I dried the cukes after rinsing them. As suggested let them sit at least a couple of days Thanks Chia very good recipe
I like this at lot. I use white onion because I always had a cucumber and white onion salad as a kid. This has nice flavor and is a good thing to have to augment meals.
This was very quick and easy to make, very few ingredients, and was refreshing and delicious. It keeps well and gets better as it sits for a while. Very nice recipe, a keeper!
Simple, easy and very tasty. Made just as stated and used 1/2 teaspoon dill. The proportion vinegar-sugar was very well balanced, not too tangy, not too sweet. All in all a perfect recipe.
Thanks for posting.
Simple and delicious! I put in the red onions even though I don't like raw ones. I'm glad I did, it wouldn't have been the same!
This turned out great even tho I messed it up and put 1 1/2 tsp. to much sugar in it! Thanks!
Thank you Chia for this recipe. My daughter eats the cucumber and my husband eats the onion. There was none left.
Great recipe for cucumber salad. I don't care for Dill, so I left that out. Didn't have any red onion on hand, so I used yellow onion. It worked just fine. Otherwise, I made as directed. I fluted the cucumber edges and let it chill for a couple of hours. Thanks for the recipe!
Loved this! I particularly like the "salted cucumbers-draining them" thing! I can see me incorporating that technique into other recipes! Used the English variety cucumbers (long and come in plastic wrap), didn't have a red onion on hand so used a sweet onion instead. Very tasty. Can't wait to try this when I can get local cucumbers this summer! Thanks!