Tuesday, August 5

Recipe For Yellow Squash Pickles

Back by popular demand!!! Yellow Squash Pickles
4 qt. sliced squash (thinly sliced)
6 med. white onions (thinly sliced)
2 tbsp. garlic powder
1 large green pepper (diced)
1 large red pepper (diced)
1 1/3 cup Pickling salt
Combine the above ingred. in a granite kettle and cover with ice.

Stir every hour for 3 hours....then rinse with cold water...drain.

Combine the following ingred. into a granite kettle
5 cups white sugar
3 cups white vinegar
1 1/2 tbsp. tumic
1/2 tbsp. celery seed
1 tbsp. mustard seed
Bring these ingred. to a rolling boil....add the vegetables.

Bring to a rolling boil. Add 1/4 teaspoon of Alum into the empty hot jars then add the squash mixture and seal.
Process 10 min. in boiling water. This recipe makes approx. 6 pints. If any questions feel free to e-mail.


carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

Very neat! I have never had squash pickles, but I love squash and pickles! Got to try this! Thanks!

Wendy said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe it looks pretty easy I will have to give these a try!!! Have a great day!!~Wendy

Gettysburg Homestead said...

WOW I have never seen this before. Thanks for posting. Why do you use a granite kettle? Just wondering. I have never canned or made anything like this before.


simple~needs said...

thanks for sharing !! those look great!!!

French Rustic Cottage & Beehind Thyme said...

Oh, my!!! love this recipe... I have squash coming out of my ears. I will have to try this.

I absolutely love your blog!!! Where in Kentucky are you located??? I live in Taylor County, Ky.

Have a productive day, Pamela

This simple Life said...

Are they mussy? I don't have some from my garden I need to do something with , thanks for the idea.

DebbieCalif said...

WOW, I am so impressed with you. I love yellow squash! This looks incredible. Thanks for these pic's. Have a great day, would love to see all your canning when you are done!
Blessings, Deb

tales from an O.C. cottage said...

How totally interesting!

M ^..^

Lisa said...

Mmmmmm? What do these taste like? I was thinking like dill pickles, but now I'm thinking different. Sounds very tasty.

Kindra said...

Those look so yummy! After seeing everyone's blogs on canning and gardening, I'm determined to have one next year. I have no idea what I will be doing but I will learn as I go. :)

Picket said...

Hey girl...I have never even heard of squash pickles! But I love squash..especially fried squash..lately I have been using chunks of squash and slices of potatoes amd meal & flour them with some salt and pepper and fry them all together ...Oh my word!!!!! lol Can even throw some chopped onions in there and just get it all golden brown..that plus all the fried green tomatoes I been eating is really helping pack on some winter storage on my hips & hiny...like I needed any help in that department! lol Have a great day girl!