Pickled Corn in the Jar

"easy way to pickle corn"
 
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photo by Rosemary-Kyle L. photo by Rosemary-Kyle L.
photo by Rosemary-Kyle L.
photo by Gary A. photo by Gary A.
Ready In:
1hr 20mins
Ingredients:
3
Yields:
8 pints
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ingredients

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directions

  • Silk and wash corn.
  • Place in large pots and bring to a rolling boil for 20 minutes.
  • Pour off hot water and rinse in cold water.
  • until corn becomes cool enough to handle.
  • Cut corn from cob with a knife. (A tomato.
  • slicing knife works great).
  • Wash jars and lids in hot water.
  • Pack corn into jars up to the bottom rim.
  • (EITHER 4 QUART JARS OR 8 PINT JARS).
  • PINTS add (1)level teaspoon salt to each jar.
  • QUARTS add (1) Heaping teaspoon salt to each jar.
  • Fill jars up to the top rim with warm water.
  • Place lids and rings on jars VERY loose.Place in a cool place on a towel.
  • Let it work for 9 to 14 days. As water goes down in jars, add a little salt and fill water back to rim.
  • When pickling is done, tighten lids.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Debbie S.
    Do you pressure can or hot water bath the corn once it has finished pickling?
     
  2. clarastaley2
    How would you do the pickled green beans?
     
  3. clarastaley2
    Do you use pickling salt?
     
  4. milleracre
    Do you process pickled corn after pickling is complete?
     
  5. janiceandwilsonloude
    do they supposed to seal when making pickle corn the first day
     
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Reviews

  1. Gary A.
    Made this and my wife loved it...
     
    • Review photo by Gary A.
  2. Gadget Girl
    I tried each of my two grandmother's recipes along with yours. Did a taste test of all three tonight. Yours won hands down. The only problem is, I didn't make enough. Guess I will make plenty of this recipe. Thanks for sharing
     
  3. marciamccoy02
    some of my corn turned out soggy,the other two were great.what went wrong?
     
  4. Debbie S.
    sorry this was a question
     
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Live in the foothills of Nc and work for the USPS.My favorite cookbook is my old worn out Church cookbook with loads of good old practical southern recipes in its pages. I love to cook for people who love to eat and there is always room for at least one more at my table. People who are not willing to at least taste something they've not eaten before kinda get on my nerves, but oh well, it's there loss. LOL
 
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