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Pickled Pepper Rings - Grab some peppers and make a few jars of these Pickled Peppers. Great for gifts or parties, game nights etc with cold cuts.

Pickled Pepper Rings - Grab some peppers and make a few jars of these Pickled Peppers. Great for gifts or parties, game nights etc with cold cuts.

This delicious recipe has been generously shared by one of our Lovefoodies supporters, Cathy Kopp.

Cathy is always busy in her garden harvesting all kinds of wonderful fruits and vegetables.

Here, Cathy's harvested some Hungarian Hot Wax Peppers (similar to banana peppers). These are similar to the ones we get on our Italian sub or on a pizza from a sub or pizza shop in the US.

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You can of course use this pickle recipe for other vegetables you wish, so it's very flexible! Cathy has been lucky enough to have a bumper harvest this year and has made this recipe up to share with us all.

Thanks Cathy for showing us one of your favourite family recipes.

Recipe by Cathy Kopp

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 10 minutes

Yield: 6 half-pints

Ingredients

For the Brine:
2 Cups white vinegar
2 Cups water
1/2 Cup sugar
Turmeric (just a little bit, just to color brine slightly, or just omit)

For the jars
Per pint jar (double if using quarts):
1 clove garlic
1 tsp. pickling salt
1 tsp. vegetable oil
(if you want a dill flavor, you can also add a small head of fresh dill - I don't use)

Instructions:

1. Bring to a boil the first 4 ingredients.

2. Wash peppers and cut into rings, removing any seeds.

3. Place garlic, dill, salt, and oil into sterilized jars; pack in peppers.

4. Pour hot brine over, leaving 1/4 inch headspace.

5. Wipe rims, seal and hot water bath for 10 min.

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Pickled Pepper Rings - Grab some peppers and make a few jars of these Pickled Peppers. Great for gifts or parties, game nights etc with cold cuts.

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Pickled Pepper Rings
Prep Time
20 mins
Cook Time
10 mins
Total Time
30 mins
 
Servings: 3 pint jars
Ingredients
For the Brine:
  • 2 Cups white vinegar
  • 2 Cups water
  • 1/2 Cup sugar
  • Turmeric (just a little bit just to color brine slightly, or just omit)
For the jars
  • pint Per jar : double if using quarts
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 tsp . pickling salt
  • 1 tsp . vegetable oil
  • t (if you want a dill flavor you can also add a small head of fresh dill - I don' use)
Instructions
  1. Bring to a boil the first 4 ingredients.
  2. Wash peppers and cut into rings, removing any seeds.
  3. Place garlic, dill, salt, and oil into sterilized jars; pack in peppers.
  4. Pour hot brine over, leaving 1/4 inch headspace.
  5. Wipe rims, seal and hot water bath for 10 min.

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8 thoughts shared

  1. Hi I was wondering what the difference is between pickling salt and regular salt? I don’t have pickling salt could I use regular salt instead?

    1. Hi Tiffany, pickling salt doesn’t contain additives which regular salt does. Because of this, the liquid in pickling will be clear as opposed to cloudy.
      It is still safe to use regular salt for pickling but the quality of the pickles may not be as good due to the impurities in regular salt. Hope that helps!

  2. First time canning banana peppers. They turned out great. I made three batches because I had picked every banana pepper I had today. Next time I will def use the pickle crisp another reader recommended for crunchy banana peppers.

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    Libby Myrick

    says:

    Can someone tell me what the oil in canned peppers is for. I slice jalapeno peppers and add the dill and garlic. But I have seen other recipes that call for oil. I’m just curious as to what it is for.

    1. Hi Libby, the oil acts like a brine or preserving agent when canning, you know like you can often get sun dried tomatoes in oil, or sometimes olives in jars with either oil or a salt based water. It’s just another way some people use to preserve the food, then the oil is sometimes also used in cooking things as it will have extra flavour. Hope this helps!