Pickled Green Beans
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Process: 10 min.
I have a question. How many days before we can start eating the beans?
Love this recipe I have used it for a few years now. I always add a few cucumber spears to the jar as well.
3 of these “reviews” are from people who have not even tried the recipe! I will never understand why people feel the need to do that. This is a solid recipe that worked very well and is easy to modify with additions of things like chilli flakes, more garlic, etc.
I am very excited to try these but I am not sure how long they need to sit before eating. I have read that there are lots of types of pickling and that is what determines how long they should pickle but I am not sure what that means for this recipe.
The Dilly Bean recipe I use is slightly different from the amounts used for the brine to the other ingredients. I use whole toes (cloves) of garlic, red pepper flakes
LOVE this recipe! Either just the way it is or sometimes I add garlic and additional pepper flakes for a little more heat. I also make mixed jars by adding things like asparagus, sweet pepper slices and slices of red onions, soooo good! Especially when pulled out at bbqs or when you want to add some spice and variety to your Caesar glass (Cheers!)
Hi Martsi22 - The vinegar in the recipe keeps the acidity high enough that they can be processed with a water bath.Happy Cooking!Sue StetzelField Editor ManagerTaste of Home Magazine
I'd like to try these, but I thought green beans had to be processed in a pressure cooker. Or does all the vinegar and cayenne prevent any problems. My mom used to pickle green beans in a big crock in the cellar, and also ears of corn.
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I made several batches after the first batch..They are soo good. I made two batches yesterday and increased the pepper flakes in one ( for me ) and left the pepper flakes out of the other( for my sister) Can.t wait to see how they turned out....Thanks for sharing this recipe...