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These Sweet Cucumber Sandwich Pickles are a family favorite. Every year, it seems like we have far too many cucumbers to eat in salads. While we snack on cucumbers too, I always look forward to making pickled cucumbers.
Sweet Cucumber Sandwich Pickles
Everyone has a favorite type of pickle recipe but these sweet pickles are loved by just about everyone. Of course, you don’t have to have a garden to be able to make these sandwich pickles.
You can pick up cucumbers at your local Farmer’s Market. We visit ours once a week to check out all of the fresh garden produce. This is an easy sweet pickle recipe to try. To make your pickles with a cool wavy edge like you see on store-bought pickles, you really need this chopper. I really think it makes the pickles more crunchy.
Can you use regular cucumbers for pickling?
You definitely can use whatever kind of cucumbers you have on hand for this sweet cucumber sandwich pickles recipe. I use whatever I have in the garden or find at our local farmer’s market. If it’s too big, I cut it smaller. If there are seeds, I remove them and make bread and butter pickles. But, if you want them to fit in your pickle jar, choose a small variety or pick them when they are young.
Otherwise, cut them in slices and make pickles that way. They still taste delicious whether they are spears or slices. My preference is to use them when they are young, but I have definitely used larger pickles when that’s all I had.
Wondering how to choose cucumbers for pickling? A lot depends on the type of pickles you’re making. If you are making pickle spears or pickling whole pickles, you’ll want to be sure that the pickle fits into your canning jar. If you’ll be slicing the pickles, look for a cucumber that is of average size. You won’t want the seeds to be too large or the slices to be too small. If you love pickles, you may want to look for a burpless variety if too many give you gas.
Pickle recipes to make
If you’re not in the mood for sweet cucumber pickle recipe, here are a few other types of pickles you can make. One of my favorites is the Craven County Sweet Pickles recipe.
- Refrigerator Garlic Dill Pickles
- Jalapeno Garlic Basil Pickles
- Old Fashioned Bread and Butter Pickles
- Copycat Claussen Kosher Dill Pickles
- Fire and Ice Pickles
- Sweet and Sour Asian Pickled Cucumbers
- Easy Refrigerator Pickles
- Sweet and Spicy Zucchini Refrigerator Pickles
- Half Sour Pickles
- Rosemary Sage Lemon Pickles
- Craven County Sweet Pickles
- Bread and Butter Pickles
- Horseradish Pickles
Have you ever made sweet cucumber sandwich pickles before?
What are Craven County Sweet Pickles?
Craven County Sweet Pickles are AMAZING. I’m not kidding. They are sweeter and crunchier than any other pickle I’ve tried. The pickling process takes eight days so it’s truly unique and different from many other pickle recipes. Grab the link above and try them for yourself. I hope you’ll try my sweet cucumber sandwich pickles recipe as well.
More pickle recipes
Sweet cucumber sandwich pickles recipe
- 2 pounds cucumbers cut into 1/4 inch slices
- 1/2 cup canning salt
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 3 quarts water, divided
- 1 cup white sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon celery seed
- 5 cups vinegar, divided
- 1/2 teaspoon mustard seed
- 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
- Put cucumber slices in a clean pickling container.
- Sprinkle salt over cucumbers; add 2 quarts water; let stand 2-3 hours.
- Drain. Rinse and drain thoroughly. Discard liquid.
- Combine 3 cups vinegar and 3 cups water; bring to a boil.
- Add cucumbers, simmer. Cucumbers should not become soft.
- Drain well; discarding liquid.
- Combine 2 cups vinegar and 1 cup water with remaining ingredients; simmer 10 minutes.
- Add drained cucumbers. Bring to a boil.
- Pack hot pickles and liquid into hot jars, leaving 1/4 inch head space.
- Remove air bubbles. Adjust 2 piece caps.
- Process 10 minutes in boiling water canner.
- Yield 3 pints.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 76Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 2367mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 0gSugar: 16gProtein: 0g
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