Very cool recipe! I whipped this up while I was making an entree that required pimento stuffed olives and garlic, as well. I had a huge jar of olives (because I love them sooooo much), so it worked out well. I have the remainder (of what we haven't snacked on) in the fridge. I need to go and get more garlic and olives now (I used both up in the two recipes that I made). Thanks for posting a delicious treat. (Made for PRMR)
Mmmm mmm, lots of flavor! I used more garlic, because I have alot, and used a little apple cider vinegar too. Thanks!
Delicious and simple, my favorite combination. Thanks so much for this recipe breezermom
15th December 2011
I prepared more as tapas for guest the coming weekend. This this time I prepared 4 portions.
To preserve them longer I added the olives to the boiling liquid, boiled for 2 more minutes and filled the 4 jars. Thanks a lot, we will enjoy them during these holydays!
1st December 2011
I'm glad you offered this recipe in PRMR! I love olives and this variation.
I used half dryed chilies from the garden and fresh dill.
Now it is wonderful, but I think after 2-4 days it would be delicious as well.
Don't throw away the juice, use on salads!
So simple and so tasty! I'm making these for Christmas gifts. The only thing I do different is to mince the garlic, so there are little garlicky bits clinging to every olive. Thanks for the recipe!