Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickle Recipe (Keto Whole30 Paleo)
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Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickle Recipe (Keto Whole30 Paleo) – a quick, crunchy, and satisfying snack! These Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickles are simple to make and and full of garlicky, dill flavor.
This recipe is coming to you straight from my cookbook, Clean Eating for Weight Loss! Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickles is one of my favorite (and possibly easiest!) recipes to make and eat. When I’m trying to cut back on carbs and need a crunchy, salty snack, pickles are my go-to. My whole family loves pickles so they’re hard to keep around – but thankfully I discovered how easy they are to make so I can always have a stash on hand and even save a few bucks!
How to Make Refrigerator Dill Pickles
To make these refrigerator pickles, you’ll need a large English cucumber (1-2, or enough to fill the jar), water, vinegar, kosher salt, garlic, and fresh dill. That’s it! No hidden sugar or preservatives here like you’ll find in store bought pickles. To make the brine, add all ingredients (except cucumbers) to a large quart size mason jar. Shake it well to combine and add your cucumbers. Next, refrigerate the pickles for at least 24 hours to set the flavor.
The Best Cucumbers for Refrigerator Dill Pickles
In my opinion, English cucumbers make the best pickles because they have few to no seeds, and tend to be firmer than regular cucumbers so they stay crispy and crunchy in the brine for several weeks. My personal favorite is to cut the English cucumbers into spears, but coins, slices, or halves are great too – whatever suits your fancy!
Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickles
These quick pickles are a true clean eating snack with simple ingredients and no added sugar, but huge on flavor! I love to pair them with some olives or a slice of raw cheddar when I have the munchies or need something to tide me over to my next meal. They are also a wonderful addition to burgers, wrapped in a slice of turkey, or as a quick summer side dish. These Easy Dill Pickles keep well for several weeks in the refrigerator, although they rarely last that long!
Other Clean Eating Snack Ideas
Easy Refrigerator Dill Pickle Recipe
- 1 cup water
- 1 cup white vinegar
- 2 teaspoons kosher salt
- 2 cloves minced garlic
- 4 sprigs fresh dill
- 1 english cucumber, or more to fill jar
- Combine water, vinegar, salt, garlic, and dill in a a large quart sized mason jar. Seal lid and shake well.
- Slice cucumber into spears or coins. Place into the brine, packing tightly if needed. Seal lid.
- Store in the refrigerator for at least 24 hours.
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