Pickles can be defined as the name for the pickled cucumber in the United States and Canada. Pickle is sweet, vinegary pickled chutney which is very much popular in Britain with the name “sweet pickle” or “plowman’s pickle”. There are masses that cannot have a meal without Pickle.

When summer comes around, we all try and realize ways in which to form it last forever. Thus a day on, we have brought a new guide to this protective season’s best herbs, fruits, and vegetables. Don’t you want to tre4at your taste buds with extra spice and sweetness? Yes? Then you start preparing pickles at your home with fewer hassles.

Tastes to follow

Think of soothing crisp, tangy, no-hassle fast pickles because the entry to any or all things preserved. These aren’t the labor-intensive, put-up-for-the-winter kind that your great-grandmother accustomed. But they’re simple, which you can perform in the summer afternoons. You can go for the tastes which you like the best and add spices accordingly!

Choice of the Vegetables

Choose vegetables that are naturally firm and have the lower classman. These vegetables are crisper and much juicier. Perpetually trim off the stems and ends before pickling any vegetable; to have a better smell and taste.

Well, we are here to guide you with a recipe of one of the Pickles, which is definitely going to make you feel interesting and mouth-watering.


  • 2 gallons sliced cucumbers
  • Salt
  • 1 tbsp. alum
  • 1/2 oz. flavoring
  • 5 pt. boiling vinegar
  • 3 c. sugar
  • 1 gallon boiling water
  • 6 c. sugar
  • Sterilized jars
  • 1 oz. cinnamon stick

Preparation Method

Into a sterilized stone jar, place two gallons of cucumbers that are washed and sliced lengthwise. No matter whatever size you choose, they have to be sliced or they’re going to shrivel. Dissolve two cups salt in one gallon boiling water and pour, and let the mixture stand one week. You can track the days with any of the date planners at home.

On the eighth day, drain and pour one gallon boiling water over the mixture; allow them to stand for next twenty-four hours. Then add pulverized alum over the pickle; let stand it for twenty-four hours. On a subsequent day (10th day), drain once more and pour one gallon boiling water over them. Let stand 24 hours, then drain.

For the pickling mixture, combine 5 pints of vinegar, boiling hot, with 6 cups sugar, the celery seed, cinnamon stick; pour this over the whole mixture. Drain off for 3 mornings; reheat it and add 1 cup sugar each morning. With the third and last heating, pack the pickles into sterilized jars; pour the heated liquid over the pickles and seal.