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Golden Glow Pickles

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Description

This is a great way to use over-ripe cucumbers from the garden. These have been a favorite in my family for years.

Ingredients

  • 6 quarts Cucumbers
  • 12 whole Onions
  • 2 whole Green Peppers
  • ½ cups Pickling Salt
  • 1 quart White Vinegar
  • 7 cups Sugar
  • ¼ cups Mustard Seed
  • 30 whole Cloves
  • 2 teaspoons Turmeric

Preparation

Peel cucumbers, cut lengthwise, scoop seeds out and cut into chunks. Cut onions and green peppers into chunks also. Combine the chunked cucumbers, onions, green peppers and sprinkle with the pickling salt. Set for 3 hours then rinse and drain.

In a pot mix the following ingredients:
-White Vinegar
-Sugar
-Mustard Seed
-Cloves
-Turmeric

Add your vegetables and bring to a boil. Seal in hot jars. Your cucumbers will look transparent. Process in hot water bath for 30 minutes.

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strout99 on 1.8.2011

We just sit down with a jar and eat ‘em! This was the recipe that I used to get my kids to eat pickles when they were little girls. My oldest loved to drink the pickle juice!

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callimakesdo on 10.28.2009

This is almost the same as my husband’s grandmother’s recipe, but her’s has cauliflower and red pepper rather than green. It is a family favorite, and a favorite of mine now as well. We eat it on ham, roast, and pork tenderloin.

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deme7 on 9.3.2009

I made these a couple of weeks ago and just actually tried them when my daughter asked for another couple of jars. They are heavenly. Thanks for sharing!

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oreogirl on 8.11.2009

Alright I made these pickles. I tested them today to see what I would be looking forward to in a couple weeks. They had an awesome taste!

P.S. By the way I’m from North Carolina too!

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oreogirl on 8.11.2009

I am canning today and have decided to use this recipe. I can’t wait to rate it. Thanks for posting this recipe.

P.S your dog is adorable!

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