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Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickles

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Easy Dill Pickles

Are you a fan of dill pickles? These easy dill and garlic refrigerator pickles are so crisp and full of flavor – I promise if you make them, you’ll never want to buy a jar at the store again! Enjoy these pickles with a sandwich, in salads, on top of hamburgers, or by themselves as they make a super healthy and easy homemade snack! And for all you gardeners, this is a great way to use up extra cucumbers!

Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickles

Ingredients:
(Adapted via Allrecipes.com)

1 1/4 cups white vinegar
3 and 1/2 cups water
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon sea salt
2 cloves of garlic
2 heads of dill
4 cups cucumbers (= about 3-4 average sized cucumbers)

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Directions:

Cut cucumbers in spears or slices (I did some of both). Combine water, salt, sugar, and vinegar in a saucepan and bring to a boil on the stove. After it starts boiling, remove from heat and let cool completely. Place cucumbers, dill, and garlic in one large glass jar or several small jars as shown (pack them in as much as you can without crushing the cucumbers). Pour cooled liquid in jars and seal and refrigerate for 3 days. They should last about a month in the fridge.

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I really love this simple pickle recipe! It’s the perfect amount of sugar to salt. And the difference between these pickles and a store bought version is HUGE – these are crispy, crunchy, and full of flavor! Try them and you won’t be disappointed! 🙂

Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Lina is a proud mom of 2 small kids who loves photography, all holidays, cooking, thrift store makeovers, bargain shopping, and DIY makeovers. Her goal is to create a beautiful life and stylish home on a dime! To see all of Lina’s recipes created just for Hip2Save, click here.

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Comments 9

  1. Amy

    This looks almost identical to the recipe I use when I make my own from my garden. They taste very similar to Clausen pickles, which are my favorite! I do one jar with some crushed red pepper too and they’re really really good.

  2. adina

    are the garlic cloves supposed to be whole? Also i’m not sure how much is a “head” of dill…?

    • ❌Fran

      Thanks for asking these questions I didn’t know the answer to either one either. Ha

  3. Melissa

    Wondering….could you reuse the liquid to make more after they are all gone, at least a few times?

    • momof6

      I’m betting you can!

  4. Lori

    Yum!! My Grandmother used to make these with onions and garlic. I would love to learn how to can..can you start a canning for dummies string?? Lol. I know know if one one would be interested? I have no clue but I’m sure someone on here is probably an expert

    Lori

    • K

      I would love this! I started canning last year and still have so many questions!

    • Rebecca

      I would love to learn as well!! My grandmother did but I was a little too young to pick up on it, I don’t know where to start!!

  5. Kim Tenny

    Oh! And I love how they used the reusable chalk stickers from the recent Amazon deal! 😉

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