Bread and Butter Pickles
Total TimePrep: 30 min. + standing Process: 15 min.
I followed the amounts for the ingredients but let the cucumbers and onions sit overnight in the crushed ice. I also rinsed and drained the veggies several times to decrease the saltiness. I am very pleaded with my pickles and love their taste. Almost as good as my Mom's!
My 80 yr old father in-law loved them and said this tastes like what his mother would make. Thanks for a great recipe!
I have made this recipe several times this season as my cukes have come in. Very easy to make, my family loves them. I am going to try adding some maple syrup and bourbon to the recipe for an extra twist and cut down on the sugar.
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Made as is for the first time. My husband, MIL, and neighbors LOVE them. Will make again and add more onion. I saved leftover brine and made more pickles as my garden provided cukes.
8 lbs cucumbers, 3 softball size Walla Walla sweets and produced 10 pints. Thinking 4 onions next year. Have used this recipe for a few years, 5 star.
For 7 pints I used 8lbs cucumbers and 4 fist size onions
This is the same recipe that I use and that my mother has used for years. The pickles always turn out perfectly! The only difference is that my mom's copy calls for 1 gallon of sliced cucumbers instead of a weight measurement. When you use 1 gallon, the yield will consistently be 7 pints. Hope that helps.
I made these for the first time. One question when will they be ready to eat.
First time making these. Will be making another batch soon yum!