Easy, spicy pickles.
Quick-Pickled Red Onions
"Pickle" sliced red onions is a snap to add them to salads or serve in hamburgers and other sandwiches.
The fiddlehead season is short and sweet. Keep it going with this easy recipe for pickled fiddlehead ferns.
Pickled Green Beans
These easy refrigerator pickles are not heat-processed and thus must be stored in the refrigerator to keep from spoiling. A great, snappy pickle, they are great in salads, alongside meaty fare like braised pork, and particularly good in place of or in addition to celery in a Bloody Mary.
These pickled jalapeños add a bit of heat to sandwiches, burgers, tacos, salads - you name it.
Pickled okra - spicy or not - is a fabulous way to keep the distinctive grassy flavor of okra around well past its summer and fall season.
Spicy Korean Cucumber Pickles
These spicy pickles are easy to make and ready in a snap.
Spicy Lemon Pickle
These easy refrigerator pickles (no hot-water processing needed) add a splash of color and intense flavor to meals.
Spicy Pickled Garlic
This easy chilled pickle requires no heat, no sealing, no canning, just covering garlic cloves with vinegar and letting them sit around for awhile. These cloves are great on a relish tray for those with a bold palate, but also work great minced in salad dressings or other places you might use raw garlic.
Zuni Cafe-Style Zucchini Pickles
These sweet, refrigerator zucchini pickles are inspired by those made at Zuni Cafe in San Francisco. They are easy, perfect on hamburgers, with grilled meat, or all on their own.
Pickled Garlic Scapes
Pickled Garlic Scapes are an easy way to keep garlic scapes around a little longer.
Spicy Pickled Carrots
Spicy Pickled Carrots are easy and this version of Pickled Carrots are spicy and delicious.
Kimchi (Spicy Pickled Cabbage)
Kimchi - spicy fermented cabbage or other vegetables popular in Korea – is super easy to make at home. All it takes is cabbage, salt, a chile or two, and a bit of time.
Fresh ripe cherries become bright, spicy pickles with this easy recipe.