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Make it quickle

Updated: Mar 9

Hey gardeners what do you get when you cross quick with pickles...Quickles! Today we have a quicker than quick recipe to zest up your fresh, summer vegetables. Quickling is a fun and fast way to give your veggies a zip. They are tasty as a side, on your salad or added to a charcuterie board.

Garden Quickles

1 Cup Distilled White Vinegar

2-3 TBSP Sugar (depends on how sweet you like it)

2 TSP of Salt

Pick Your Veggies:

Cucumbers, Celery, Carrots, Red Onions, Radishes, Cherry Tomatoes, Shallots, Asparagus, Cauliflower...

Heat vinegar, sugar and salt on stove & bring to a simmer. Chop up your vegetables as you like them & put in a mason jar. Pour your quickle recipe over the top and seal. Let cool on your counter and then refrigerate. They last about a week & lose their crispness as time goes on.

Benefits of Quickling:

-It's fun a way to get kids to help in the kitchen.

-It's a great way to get kids to eat their veggies.

-It's a versatile and healthy snack.