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I want to try your recipe, but I have a few questions. I will use dill seed, so is the right amount 2T. per pint? Can I add a fresh jalapeano in the bottom of the jar, or would I need a dried pepper or pepper flakes?

 

 

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Trudy, I use dried dill and like dill weed flavor best. However, it is messy in the jars ! Floats all over and sticks to the pickles. It is best to use dried chilies in the jars. However, considering you would only add 1 and not more, I would think one would be OK. With dried you never have to worry. We use the red dried whole chilis in class.

 

Yes, I used 2 T. per pint jar of the dill seed, too. My husband thinks the dill seed tasted better. Just all a personal taste. Some like the fresh dill better. All works fine.

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Thanks Violet. I think I will try the seeds and the weed and see which one I like best. How much weed do you use per pint?

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Hi! I'm not very computer literate, so how do I find your Dill Pickle (Nalley's) recipe? Only see comments. We love Nalley's Dill Pickles, along with a lot of their other products.

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They are Heinz from the vinegar bottle. Don't think it is still on the bottle, though. Nalley puts some turmeric in, too. You could add some.

 

KosherDill (Heinz Recipe)

 

4 lbs pickling cukes

14 cloves garlic, peeled & split

1/4 cup pickling salt

2 3/4 cups distilled or apple cidervinegar 5% acidity

2 3/4 cups water

12 to 14 sprigs fresh dill weed (or 2 T. dried dill weed or dried dill seed perjar)

28 peppercorns

 

Wash cucumbers; remove 1/16 inch from blossom end, cut in half lengthwise.Combine garlic and next 3 ingredients; heat to boiling. Remove garlic and place4 halves into each clean jar, then pack cucumbers, adding 2 sprigs of dill and4 peppercorns. Pour hot vinegar solution over cucumbers to within 1/2 inch oftop. Immediately adjust covers as jar manufacturer directs. Process 10 minutesin BWB. Makes 6-7 pints.

 

Ifyou want hot pickles, add dried hot chilis to each jar.

 

 

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