Pickled Cucumbers

These Pickled Cucumbers are a quick snack to try!

5 min. 8 serv.
59 ratings

Pickled Cucumbers are easy and quick to make, and are a perfect option for a Ketogenic Diet.

You can use them as a topping in our delicious Mini Cheeseburger Bites recipe or snack on them on their own.

Homemade Pickled Cucumbers make a fantastic addition to a gift basket for any celebration or to show your appreciation to a loved one. Wrap a ribbon around a jar and add a personalized note!

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CALORIES: 15

INGREDIENTS

If you are following a certain protocol that does not allow for an ingredient that is listed below, please feel free to remove it from the recipe. If you need suggestions for substitutions, email us at info@lowfatlowcarb.com.
500 g Baby cucumbers, Scrubbed, quartered lengthways
1 Tbsp Sea salt
2/3 Cup Apple cider vinegar
2/3 Cup Water
1 Tsp Coriander seeds
1/2 Tsp Black Peppercorns
4 Garlic cloves
2 Fresh bay leaves
2 sprigs Fresh tarragon

DIRECTIONS

Did you know?

Sea salt is produced by evaporating water from saltwater from oceans and some lakes, while table salt is extracted from underground mine deposits. Although by weight the amount of sodium in both is almost equal, we decided to use sea salt in the Pickled Cucumbers recipe; less processing is involved in producing sea salt and it leaves traces of some additional minerals. Both salts contain iodine, an excessive amount of which in your diet can result in nausea and headaches. Make sure you’re not over-seasoning with salt, and you’ll be fine!

If you enjoy Pickled Cucumbers as much as we do, you must check out our other pickled recipes! These recipes are: Turmeric Pickled Eggs, and Pickled Ginger Dressing with Wasabi Oil.

 

 

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