Pickled Vegetables


These pickled vegetables are quite easy to make. All they require is some patience which will reward you with a crisp and super tasty treat. You can serve these with your meals or as an appetizer or chop it up and use it sandwiches and salads.

Two things are very important with this pickled vegetables recipe. One is that you do not allow the vinegar to come to a full boil. You must remove it from the stove as soon as you see some bubbles on the side of your pot.

Second, please make sure to cool down the liquid and te veggies completely before placing them in the fridge. This way you will prevent the possibilty of breeding bacteria.

It is very common in South America to have pickled vegetables (escabeche) in small plates on lunch and dinner tables so you can eat it with whatever food you have cooked. This is truly a very nice addition to any meal.

This is what you are going to need for these pickled vegetables:

1. Decide what vegetables you are going to pickle. You can use carrots, pearl onions, sliced onions, green beans, garlic cloves, cauliflower, chilies or small cucumbers.

2. Prepare your vegetables. Peel and cut the carrots into sticks; peel the onion; trim the green beans; peel the garlic cloves; separate the cauliflower into florets and wash the chilies and cucumber.

3. Place your vegetables of choice in a bowl and generously add salt. Rub the vegetables in the salt making sure you coat all of them. Leave them in the bowl for a minimum of two hours or until overnight.

4. Place the salted vegetables in a pot and add some bay leaves and whole peppercorns. Cover the vegetables with white vinegar and turn on the heat. Turn off the heat as soon as you start noticing tiny bubbles on the sides of your pot and the vinegar is beginning to boil. Allow the vegetables and the vinegar to cool down.

5. Store your pickled vegetables in a closed jar in the fridge for five days before enjoying. This will last you for weeks and weeks and weeks in the refrigerator.

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My name is Mary Ann Allen and I am here to help you get organized so you can save money on groceries and feed your family healthy, nutritious food. My multi-cultural cooking background comes from being born in the US and raised in Bolivia. I have 5 kids and own around 400 cook books. I absolutely love to cook!

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