Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 20 mins

Posting this recipe by request-I've never done it. Let me know how it is please.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine peppers and garlic and set aside.
  2. Prepare pickling liquid-combine vinegar, sugar, water and salt.
  3. Bring to a boil and boil for 5 min.
  4. Add the carrots, return to a boil and boil for 2 min.
  5. Prepare 6 pint jars.
  6. Place 5 t's of pepper mix in each jar plus 1 t.
  7. each oregano in each jar.
  8. Pack in carrots and add the liquid leaving 1/2 inch head space.
  9. Process 10 minutes in a boiling water bath.


Most Helpful

Five star plus, taste and eye appeal !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I really like the recipe. I did make a few minor changes. Not being able to calculate 11 cups into lbs. I started with two pounds of carrots, peeled and cut to length for pint jars, quartered and found out that I should have prepared six lbs for the six pint yield. I sliced the red and green peppers, one medium each and placed them in the jars vertically. This gave the contents real color. I used three cloves of garlic for each pint and used one medium jalapeno pepper, chopped, placing approximately one sixth in each pint. I added about 12 black peppercorns to each pint. No other variations, the brine is almost like a health drink in it's self. The extra jalapeno is for my fire eating friends, It sure is a great way to fix the carrots, kind of a new twist to a carrot stick. (no pun intended) I think the carrots could be served warm as a main dish or cold as part of a veggie bar. Great posting.

Lee of The Midwest Whitehouse August 05, 2003

I only used 1/2 tsp. of dried oregano and 1/2 of a garlic clove per pint jar. I didn't process the carrots for 10 minutes either. I usually bring the canner to a boil, add the jars, then turn the burner off. Let jars sit to seal. I never have a problem with pickles spoiling using this method.

Martina September 02, 2003

I used Cayenne pepper instead of all the green red and hot peppers. My hubby likes hot so, I just totaled up the amount and added 3 more teaspoons of Cayenne.

Lori-Jane J. September 07, 2016

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