Category Archives: PICKLING

Pickled Green Cherry Tomatoes!

I mostly use pickles as an ingredient in my salads, so I try some new flavor every now and then.
I collected all the little tomatoes of my cherry tomato plants because of a “stink bugs attack”, and I had to do something with the green ones. So, I pickled them!
Here is how:

Note: You may want to let them less than a minute in the boiling mixture, if you don’t like them to be so soft. 20-30 seconds is ok.

Pickled Cabbage and Cauliflower recipe

Pickling is a fine way to preserve vegetables for later, when they are out of season.

Now is the season of cabbage and cauliflower, so we will try a new pickling recipe. Here, I have used a bit different ingredients than those in the pickled eggplants

Ingredients
Cabbage and Cauliflower
2 Carrots (optional) Continue reading Pickled Cabbage and Cauliflower recipe

Green Cracked Olives recipe

green cracked olives recipeHow to prepare some nice and tasty cracked green olives.

The olives must be green, but not too immature; they have to be collected in October.

Ingredients
Green olives
Coarse salt
Lemons
Citric acid powder
Water
Also:
1 large bowl or bucket Continue reading Green Cracked Olives recipe