Cucumbers in jars for the winter

Cucumbers in jars for the winter

In the summer, who does not like to scratch a fresh cucumber? But with the onset of cold weather, this crispy miracle becomes less affordable, and if you buy it in a store, the amount of nitrates is off scale. Cucumbers in jars for the winter - a great way to stock up on a green miracle! Pickling cucumbers in jars is not new to anyone, but I want to share a new and unusually fast recipe for myself. Please, I hope you will like it, too.

Ingredients:

Per liter bank:

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  • cucumbers;
  • horseradish root;
  • currant leaves, cherries;
  • umbrella of dill;
  • chili pepper - if desired;
  • garlic - 2-3 teeth;
  • salt - 20 grams;
  • aspirin - 1.5 tablets;
  • water.

Cucumbers in jars for the winter. Step-by-step recipe

  1. Cucumbers soak in cold water for 5-6 hours. Then drain and rinse well.
  2. Put the leaves of cherry, currant, dill and garlic in a sterilized jar.
  3. Then tamper with cucumber.
  4. Boil the water and pour the cucumbers in the jar. Let them stand, while the water in the can cool down a little.
  5. Then pour the water back into the pan and bring to a boil.
  6. Directly into the jars, add salt and chopped aspirin tablets.
  7. Pour boiling water and immediately roll.
  8. Banks in an inverted kind of wrap in a blanket until completely cooled.

Get incredibly delicious cucumbers in the bank for the winter. Sealed with this method, they retain all their juiciness, rich color and aroma. Be sure to try, you will not regret.

"I love to cook" wishes you a pleasant appetite! And be sure to try cucumbers gherkins for the winter and cucumbers salted in a bag in the fridge.

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