11 Delicious Things You Didn’t Know You Could Pickle (Slideshow)
April 7, 2015
These briny foods may surprise you
If you’re making a recipe using fresh pumpkin and don’t want to let anything go to waste, this is a great way to use the rind. Pickle the white portion of the pumpkin rind in a combination of vinegar, sugar, and spices. Click here for our best pickled pumpkin recipes.
If you’re tired of cucumbers, swap them for celery; pickled celery is super crunchy and super delicious. They also make a great addition to sandwiches and salads. Click here for our best pickled celery recipes.
Much like the pumpkin shell, the white portion of a watermelon’s rind can be pickled in a sweet and spicy brine; just be sure to remove the outer green peel first. Click here for our best pickled watermelon recipes.
If you like vinegar-based German potato salad, you’ll love pickled potatoes. Add something new to your next barbecue by swapping the side of potato salad with pickled potato appetizers; just stick toothpicks into cubes of pickled potato, garnish with fresh herbs, and enjoy. Click here for our best pickled potato recipes.
Peaches are one of many fruits that just aren’t worth buying out of season. Make the most of summer’s ripe, juicy peaches by purchasing a lot and pickling whatever you can’t eat. You’ll be glad you did come winter! Click here for our best pickled peach recipes.