A Pickled Winter
For those who prepped for the hibernation season back in the fall, the time is ripe for enjoying the pickled and preserved ingredients that have been waiting to be popped out of those airtight jars. Here are five satisfying recipes that will add that tickle to your salivary glands.
These pickled beet and goat cheese tarts are a quick and gorgeous appetizer, perfect for the holidays as well as for any other winter celebration. Loaded with veggies, it’s the perfect bite to kick off your clean eating in the new year.
With a refreshing crunch and loaded with zest and a touch of spice, these quick pickled radishes are easy to make and throw on burgers, tacos, salads, and more.
In less than ten minutes, create a bowl of spicy kimchi and pork belly fried rice topped with a glorious egg.
Easily make your own spiced and pickled beets for a perfect meat and cheese board or salad accompaniment.
Fermenting and preserving foods and drinks has really hit its stride. Check out these tips from cookbook author Charlotte Pike and a recipe for Kraut-Chi.
Combine favorite seasonal flavors in a fun new way with a spiced apple and cabbage sauerkraut. It is packed with probiotics and a great topping.
Pickled herring is a staple on any Swedish Christmas table. In West Sweden, they serve with a traditional cheese common to the region.
Savor autumn apples by quick pickling them in a sweet balsamic with shallots. Serve on salads with cheeseboards or even on top of a burger.
An easy side or main with shrimp or tofu, this Vietnamese-style noodle salad comes packed with vegetables and fresh herbs.
A great digestion aid, making your own kimchi is easy and a deliciously spicy condiment to have on hand.
These spiced and pickled limes are worth the wait for a finger-licking, fun flavor.
A bowl of spring goodness doused in a lemon-dill vinaigrette and finished with avocado. Roasted sweet potatoes add rich flavor to the fresh flavors.
Make a vibrant fermented cabbage and beet duo that is great as a side salad and even better on tacos, sandwiches, and beyond.
Sauerkraut is great to have for sandwiches, sausages, perogies, and kielbasa. Just shred, salt, and pack down and have a tangy topping in just a few weeks.
Peaches are delicious savory and pickled and sweetly smoked and jarred as jam. Watch the video and then try both.
Pickling is a delicious way to bump up your sandwich and preserve summer produce for later in the year. Try the simple pickling your own vegetables.
This simple red cabbage sauerkraut is made directly in the jar. Add juniper berries and caraways seeds for a delicious new level.
Make pickled carrots earlier in the day and you have an instant appetizer for your guests while dinner cooks, or use them to garnish a Bloody Mary.
Arepas are fun. Not to mention, the smoky pork with the spicy and sour onions, herb-filled chimichurri, and cornmeal arepas are simply delicious.
Tangy pickled eggs are a great snack, especially with brews to match. Their bright hue is a wonderful spring addition to table settings and adds a pop of flavor to salads.
Can’t wait for seasonal tomatoes to ripen and be ready to eat? Enjoy pickled green tomatoes and onion in a flash.
That’s right: sea snails. The gastropods are making a culinary comeback and this pickling recipe is a great introduction to the unusual ingredient.
Serve these spicy pickled lemons with hot white rice or kanji (rice porridge).
The super-concentrated tomato flavor of this preserve can be used to brighten sandwiches or turn plain rice into a delicious dinner.
These berries brighten a classic G&T, but they’re also great on their own, served alongside cheese and charcuterie.
These would be great as an accompaniment to grilled meats, in wraps or salad, or topping a burger or tacos.
This is really a quick recipe, but what prolongs the misery is the waiting time.
Warm sunchokes make a perfect combination with the pumpkin seeds, the little bursts of cold, piquant pickled onion, and the creamy shavings of Parmesan.
Indian pickles are very different from western pickles. They combine a complex mix of flavors and spices.
On a dull weekday, when Friday seems far from reach, try this famous North Indian curry.
This is a quick pickle that requires mustard oil to get a really pungent flavor, along with a few ground spices, fresh onion, lemon and salt
A wonderful and simple seasonal recipe!
Father’s Day is this weekend and this sandwich is a great meal to serve the fathers in your life.
A tangy spicy chicken curry made with a lovely pickling sauce to lift anyones mood instantly.
Sonia Mangla dished out a great recipe for getting yourself in an Indian pickle.