Dill pickled green
a hit with my pickle lovers.
These dilly beans are made with sprigs of dill weed....
Pickled products can be processed safely in
Bath Canner. With pickling, vinegar is added and
acidifies the food.
When you are canning green beans without pickling you need to process in a pressure
This recipe makes 4 pints.
your canning supplies
- Green Beans - enough to make 4 pints or about 2 pounds
- 4 sprigs of fresh dill weed or 4 heads of dill.
- 4 cloves of garlic
- 1/4 cup canning salt
- 2 1/2 cups vinegar
- 2 1/2 cups water
- 1 tsp cayenne pepper (optional)
beans - snap off ends and snap (break or cut) to jar length.
Add sprig of dill weed or head of dill and 1 garlic clove to each jar.
if you like spicy try adding 1/8 tsp cayenne to each jar. (I
personally like mild)
Pack each jar with beans length ways.
Combine -vinegar, water, salt. Bring to a boil.
Cover beans with pickling solution, leaving 1/4 inch head space.
Remove air bubbles with a plastic knife or other small tool. I like to use an orange peeler.
Wipe rims clean and process according to
This makes 4 pints.
pints and quarts process for 10 minutes
|Altitude Adjustments for Boiling Water Bath Canner
|Altitude in Feet
|| 5 minutes
Be sure to see what else you can do with Green Beans.
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