Candied Dill Pickles

Candied Dill Pickles created by Yoster

These taste like "homemade" but with a fraction of the effort. I like to keep a jar of them in the refrigerator to add to tuna salad and sandwiches.

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  • Drain pickles discarding liquid.
  • Cut the pickles into 1/4-inch slices (I actually like them cut a little thicker than this... between 1/4-inch and 1/2-inch).
  • Place cut pickles back into the jar.
  • Tie the pickling spices into a piece of muslin and place into the jar.
  • Heat vinegar and sugar just until sugar dissolves.
  • Pour over pickles.
  • Refrigerate pickles for four days, shaking the jar each day.
  • At the end of one week, remove the bag of spices.
  • Pickles are ready to use after four days and keep indefinitely in the refrigerator.
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"These taste like "homemade" but with a fraction of the effort. I like to keep a jar of them in the refrigerator to add to tuna salad and sandwiches."
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    Never mind, I see the print icon, now...didn't see it before...thanks anyway
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