Pickles forum: Dilly Beans

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ImageWoodwife
Jul 1, 2010 6:20 PM CST
Name: Wendy
N. of Houston, Texas - 8b
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I love dilly beans. I don't have a garden so I buy my green beans when they're on sale and do a pint or 2...or 3 at a time.

This is the recipe I use and it's for 1 pint at a time, I just double or triple the brine for however many jars I have packed.

2 cloves garlic, peeled and slit with a knife

1 tsp pickling spices

2 sprigs of dill weed

1 hot pepper (or more to taste), slit - (I use little yellow pickled peppers)

1 T pickling salt

2/3 C cider or white vinegar

2/3 C water

Place in the jar garlic, dill sprigs, pepper and pickling spice. Pack the cleaned, cut to jar height green beans so that they stand up. Allow ½ inch headspace.

Bring the salt, vinegar and water to a boil and immediately pour it over the green beans. Process in a Boiling Water Bath for 10 minutes.

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Imagepaulgrow
Jul 2, 2010 7:29 AM CST
Name: Paul
Allen Park, MI
I won a contest several years ago using this recipe.
Paul
Ayrica
Jul 2, 2010 2:18 PM CST
such pretty beans.. and oh so yummy !! My family loves them.. I use the same recipe only without the pickling spice. I have plenty of requests for these pickles from other family and friends..
grmesue
Jul 5, 2010 3:15 PM CST
Name: Sue
Southeast Arizona
I use the same recipe without pickling spice and with a few peppercorns. Gonna try next time just like this!
ImageCrista
Jul 18, 2010 1:59 PM CST
Name: Crista Abel
Gilbert, Arizona
I hope I find some good green beans to make this recipe with! Looks delicious!
Crista

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