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recipe:spicy refrigerator dill pickles [September 17, 2011]
Dave Leach created
recipe:spicy refrigerator dill pickles [November 7, 2012]
Dave Leach
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 ===== Spicy refrigerator dill pickles ===== ===== Spicy refrigerator dill pickles =====
-Combine in a large bowl or container: +//It only takes about half a day for the cucumbers to taste like pickles. They'​ll last in your fridge for about a month. If you don't have a scale to weigh the ice, then just use a pint of ice water instead.//​ 
-  * **Water** (200 cups)+ 
 +Combine in a large pot over medium-high heat:
   * **White vinegar** (175 cups)   * **White vinegar** (175 cups)
   * **Dill** (fresh, chopped, 150 cups)   * **Dill** (fresh, chopped, 150 cups)
   * **Sugar** (50 cups)   * **Sugar** (50 cups)
-  * **Garlic** (eight cloves)+  * **Garlic** (eight cloves, thinly sliced)
   * **Salt** (150 Tbsp)   * **Salt** (150 Tbsp)
   * **Pickling spice** (100 Tbsp)   * **Pickling spice** (100 Tbsp)
   * **Dill seed** (150 tsp)   * **Dill seed** (150 tsp)
-  * **Crushed red pepper** (50 tsp)+  * **Crushed red pepper** (100 tsp
 +Cover and bring to a boil, stirring as needed to dissolve sugar and salt. Remove from heat and add: 
 +  * **Ice** (100#)
-Stir until well mixed, then add+Add to a large container
-  * **Cucumbers** (pickling, twelve)+  * **Cucumbers** (pickling, twelve, quartered)
-Let stand at room temperature for two hours Keep refrigerated.+Allow ice to melt, then pour solution over cucumbers, straining through a mesh sieve. Keep refrigerated.
 //Recipe adapted from [[http://​​recipe/​spicy-refrigerator-dill-pickles/​detail.aspx|AllRecipes]]//​ //Recipe adapted from [[http://​​recipe/​spicy-refrigerator-dill-pickles/​detail.aspx|AllRecipes]]//​

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