You need to tell your old lady this little curing fridge she makes you hide in the garage isn’t cutting it! You need to get a full size. Keeps way more beer than an 18 pack plus got room for cheese bacon and pickles.Sounds Great!
But Man! Do you have any idea how long a gallon of Pickle Chips would last around here?
About 1/10th as long as hot pickle chips would. Nobody be me would eat the hot ones.
But Mama would sure be hot seeing a jar taking up real estate in the fridge.
Maybe if I reduce it to say a quart, then hide it in my "curing fridge".
Awesome collection there! PBR gets a big like!!
No you did not miss anything. Do not add any liquid. It will occur naturally and very quickly.Ok, so gonna try these. I do have a question. You said to drain all the liquid. Then add the ingredients, then flip jar for several days. In the last photo there is a lot of liquid in there. Did that just happen naturally over time or did I miss a step of adding more liquid in? They sound real good.
Finally got around to making some of these that your post inspired. Here is my version:This is a pickle recipe that I have done for years. It will also work with a gallon of sliced pickled jalapenos. It is outstanding and extremely easy. **** Today I found 1/2 gallon of pickles and 1/2 gallon of jalapenos. CUT THE BELOW RECIPE IN HALF*** Flip them upside down after 1 day in the fridge. Day 2 flip them back upright. continue this every day for a week or two. The longer in the mixture the better they are.
SWEET FIRE PICKLES
1 gallon of hamburger dill chips
6 cups of sugar
1 large onion (chopped or sliced) your preference
1 tablespoon of red pepper
1 tablespoon of hot sauce
4 cloves of garlic (chopped)
Drain all juice from the gallon of dill chips. Then pour the sugar and all remaining items over the pickles. Flip the gallon jar upside down then back upright several times to mix up the mixture. Place in the refrigerator. The next day, flip the jar upside down. The next day flip it back upright. Repeat this process for several days. According to your taste, you can add more red pepper for hotter pickles.
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