Southern-Style Pickled Shrimp The recipe’s author considers this pickled delicacy a Southern-style ceviche. While it mirrors the many delicious flavors of pickled vegetables, the shrimp are cooked prior to soaking in their brine. And just when you thought these couldn’t get any better, Old Bay seasoning plays a part, too.
Thai-Style Pickled Cherry Tomatoes Consider these bite-sized treats a unique Thai-inspired condiment. Sure, they’re tasty enough to eat alone, but a pickled tomato garnish will take soups and salads to a whole new flavor level.
Sweet and Spicy Zucchini Refrigerator Pickles If you garden, you know the end of summer usually means an abundance of zucchini - and one can only bake so much zucchini bread. Instead, try this recipe that puts a sweet-spicy twist on a traditional pickling brine.
Spicy Pickled Pineapple This trifecta of sweet, salty, and spicy will be the talk of any gathering. Garnish cocktails, serve alongside grilled shrimp, or eat them straight from the jar - we won’t judge.
Uncle Hoyt’s Bread-and-Butter Pickles They say you’re either a sweet or sour pickle eater. If that’s true, this one’s for the sweet-eating bread-and-butter pickle fans out there. And yes - they’re way better than store bought.
Crunchy Pickled Beets The recipe’s author promises these beets are amazing on sandwiches, providing zest, color, and crunch. Just be sure to leave them to pickle for at least 24 hours before sneaking a taste.
Pickled Mushrooms From ‘Bar Tartine’ These special mushrooms are first roasted before receiving the pickle treatment. There are lots of flavors going on here, but with a generous dose of paprika, the authors suggest these mushrooms have a strong Hungarian vibe.
Spicy Refrigerator Pickled Peppers As with any ‘refrigerator’ pickle recipe, these come together in the fridge - no canning required. They will be fully flavored after sitting overnight, and will keep for up to one month.