Make Your own Crisp (nearly effortless) dill pickles overnight with this simple no-canning recipe

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  • Overnight Crisp Dill Pickles

    Make your own crisp dill pickles, WITHOUT having to dig out the pressure cooker or water bath canner! This "No-Canning" recipe is great for serving fresh crisp pickles during gatherings. . .
    How to Make your own Overnight Dill Pickles with No Canning Experience
    You'll Need:
    1 or 2 Cucumbers
    1 Tablespoon Dried Dill Weed (or 1/4 cup fresh dill sprigs)
    3 Garlic Cloves – chopped
    2 teaspoons Kosher Salt
    1/4 teaspoon Black Peppercorns
    4 Tablespoons White Vinegar
    Bottled Water (Or Filtered Water)
    1 Quart Canning Jar with a Lid

    Wash and slice the cucumbers into spears. If your cucumbers are slightly bitter- here's a tip for remedying that issue.

    Pack dill, garlic,
    salt & peppercorns into the jar, the cucumbers into the jar. Add 4 TBS of Vinegar, then add water to fill the remainder of the jar. Cap it and shake well to dissolve the salt. Let it set overnight. In the morning, shake the jar again, let it set another 24 hours.

    Refrigerate. The pickles are perfect after 24 hours and can be stored up to 2 weeks, but don't worry, they won't last that long!

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    Comments 7 Comments
    1. Devildog's Avatar
      Devildog -
      Will be making some of these right away. Thank you for the recipe.
    1. joyeo's Avatar
      joyeo -
      Made these, you're right don't last long, every time I turn around the bottle is empty!
    1. LaReindeer's Avatar
      LaReindeer -
      I love frsh made pickes, but I forget to make them. Thanks for the reminder.
    1. Cubfamily's Avatar
      Cubfamily -
      The ingredient list calls for 3T vinegar while the directions call for 4T. Which is correct? Am I correct in interpreting this as they sit overnight on a counter top, you shake, let it sit another 24 hours, THEN you refrigerate?

      I'm trying this for the first time. I just happened to have 4 pickling cucumbers in the garden and that is all. It filled a pint jar perfectly. I'm hoping I love these.
    1. Debbade's Avatar
      Debbade -
      I just made these. I used 4 tbsp vinegar. And like you I
      Not sure when to refrigerate. I have decided not to refrigerate until 48 hrs are up . I'll let you know how it turns out!
    1. Lolabear's Avatar
      Lolabear -
      These sound easy to make and I bet their yummy too! I will be making these soon.
    1. TerriO13's Avatar
      TerriO13 -
      Done and on the counter. I sure hope these taste like the half dills I got at ALDI a few weeks back!
      I added some dried red pepper for a tad of heat.
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