MAKE IT SHINE! ADD YOUR PHOTO
This is a recipe for pickled corn in a jar. Folks here in Kentucky like to pickle their corn on the cob in a HUGE stoneware crock. I don't have a stoneware crock, so this is my version. It's easy and very good!
- Ready In:
- 1). Cook your White Hickory King Corn until done.
- 2). In another large pot mix 2 cups of vinegar to 1 gallon of spring water to a rolling boil. This is a step you estimate how much liquid you will need and you can always make another pot to finish up what amount of corn you have.
- 3). Sterilize pint jars and lids per Ball jar directions.
- 4.) Cool the corn until you can handle it, cut it off the cob and fill jars to 1 inch from the top.
- 5). Put 1/2 tsp of canning salt in the jar on top of the corn.
- 6). Fill with boiling liquid leaving 1/2 inch headspace.
- 7). Wipe rim of jars, place on sterilized lid and band, tighten snuggly by hand.
- 8). Place in a cool dark place to work, approximately 6 - 8 weeks.
- 9). When done working, you can take the jars of pickled corn, remove caps, fill with spring water again leaving 1/2 inch headspace, replace lid with clean lid and place in a water bath canner to seal for about 15 minutes.
MY PRIVATE NOTES
Add a Note
RECIPE MADE WITH LOVE BY
JOIN THE CONVERSATION