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    Sweet Relish similiar to sweet cucumber pickle relish

    Recipe #11183

    This is a sweet pickle - type squash. I have used this recipe this season, as has my Sister.

    Recipe #11208

    This is a very good recipe for sweet pickles.(I think) I have had very good luck with it in my first year for canning. Mine turned out good and crisp. When cutting cucumbers like sweet mixed pickles, I added a little bit of red bell pepper and also a little cauliflower to look like the bought ones. Also taste good too.

    Recipe #11191

    I adjusted 2 recipes I had for pickles and relish as I couldn't find a suitable Dill relish recipe anywhere.

    Recipe #11428

    This is a sweet pickle relish similiar to what you can buy in the grocery store. (Better, I think) Can be used for Hot Dogs, Potato salad or any recipe calling for Sweet relish or salad cubes. Easy to make

    Recipe #11147

    This is a very easy recipe to make and has always turned out really good for me. The apples cook up to look like applesauce and usually turn sort of dark and tastes great.

    Recipe #11492


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