Homemade Relish.

We made a couple of jars of refrigerator pickle rounds with some late season cucumbers. They are not traditional dill, but I did not write down the recipe, so unfortunately I cannot share it and I cannot replicate it. They are fairly sweet and I know for sure they contain white vinegar, water, sugar, canning salt, celery seed, dil seed, chili d’Arbol, and cloves of garlic. Most of our refrigerator pickles turned out too sour this year so we were pleasantly surprised after opening these that they were quite delicious. They were the perfect flavor for some relish. You can make this with any pickles you have around, store bought or otherwise.

Homemade Relish. Makes 1/2 cup of relish.


1/4 C cucumber pickles

3 cloves of pickled garlic

1 T onion (pickled if you have it)

1/2 t dried or fresh dill


Mince ingredients. Store in an airtight container for three to five days. If you want this to last longer use all pickled ingredients and dried dill. Then you will likely get about two weeks out of it, if not longer.


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