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Green Tomato Kosher Pickles

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Rating: 4/5 4 stars
1 review
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ready in: over 5 hrs
serves/makes:   1 quart
  

recipe id: 34360
cook method: stovetop
Green Tomato Kosher Pickles Recipe
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ingredients

10 small green tomatoes or cucumbers
1/2 cup vinegar
2 cups water
3 cloves garlic
2 red peppers, dried
1/4 celery stalk
1/4 cup salt
1 bay leaf

directions

Place green tomatoes (or cucumbers) in a quart jar. Bring vinegar, water and salt to a boil, cool, and add to the jar with bay leaf, garlic, red peppers, celery. Seal tightly.

Let stand at room temperature for 3 days. Open and taste. Store in refrigerator.

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cadgal

COMMENT:
I love salty pickle things, but this was so salty I had to throw them out. Will try this again but with much less salt. Love that it is so easy, but want to be able to eat them too.


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REVIEW: recipe rating
I've always loved the pickled green tomatoes from kosher delis. So when we trimmed back our cherry tomato plants this summer, I decided to try this recipe with all the little green tomatoes that were sacrificed. I substituted a bit of celery seed, since I didn't have any celery stalk.

The resulting pickles were not exactly the same as the deli pickles I remember, but they are good in their own right...perhaps a bit spicier and saltier. My husband, though, loves these and actually thinks they are better than the ones at the deli!

All said, I plan to make this recipe again at the end of the season.