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By Robin from Washington, IA
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I am looking for a recipe for homemade yellow type squash pickles.
Jodi from Texas
I couldnt find the exact one you were looking for but I did find this one in my recipe box.
Pickled veggie salad
3 med zucchini
3 med yellow summer sqash
1 small red onion
2 med carrots
1 small red bell pepper
1 to 1 1/2 cups grandulated sugar
1. Cut zucchini and yellow sqash into 1/8 inch thick slices. Cut onion into very thin slices.
2. Layer zucchini, squashand onion around inside of corlander. Sprinkle veggies with salt; let stand in colander for about 30 min. Rinse well with cold water; drain veggies thoroughly. Pat the veggies dry with paper towels.
3. Cut carrots into 1/8 inch thick slices. Cut bell pepper into thin strips.
4. Mix vinegar, sugar and pickling spice in medium saucepan. Bring to a boil over high heat. Add carrot slices and bell pepper strips; bring to a boil. Remove saucepan from heat; cool mixture to room temperature.
5. Add zucchini squash and onion to carrot mixture.
6. Spoon veggie mixture(including liquid) into washed and sterilized jars. Tightly cover jars and keep in fridge for up to 3 weeks.
I made yellow squash pickles once. They turned out beautifully. Had lots of compliments on them.
I used your recipe for pickled squash. When finished I vacuum seal the lids on, not your typical canning method. Do you think they will be good this winter kept on a storage shelf?
By Edward S.
You can not vacuum seal any wet foods.
I ran out of sugar so I used maple syrup. I like it very much. I used 1 and half cup of maple syrup, and increased my vinegar to 1 and half cup to make up for the less syrup. What do you think, will it work? I hope so, I can't handle the sugar but the maple I can.
By Edward S.
I need a good recipe for pickling squash.
Can I use Mrs. Wages Bread and Butter Pickle recipe/seasoning to make pickled squash or squash relish? Has anyone ever used it and how did it turn out?
By natalie from UT
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Does anyone have a recipe for squash pickles? These are made with the yellow crookneck squash with onions and made like pickles.
Jodi from Gary, TX
My husband pickles these crooklike squashes otherwise known as summer squash. All he does is cut them into bite size pieces and put them in canning jars just like you would pickle cucumbers. He uses onions, garlic, and hot peppers, also, in the mixture. He processes them as if you were pickling cucumbers, using the same spices and fluids.
By Martha from VT
Wash squash and cut in thin slices. Peel onion, then slice very thin and add to squash. Cover squash and onion with water and add salt. Let stand 2 hours and drain. Bring all ingredients to a boil and heat 5 minutes. Pack into jars, leaving 1/2 inch head space. Screw cap on firmly. Process 15 minutes in a boiling water bath. (06/13/2006)
By Faye Clayton.