When we preserve cucumbers, adding vinegar in them, we partially destroy useful microelements and vitamins, which they contain. Cucumbers salted without vinegar for the winter, give us the opportunity to maximize the entire usefulness and nutritional value of cucumbers, as well as preserve their wonderful aroma and crunch! (I just really like salted cucumbers when they are crunchy).
- Cucumbers counting on a liter jar;
- Tarragon - 2 branches;
- umbrella of dill;
- 1/3 horseradish;
- leaves of a currant and a cherry - 2-3 pieces;
- garlic - 3-4 cloves.
- water - 1 liter;
- salt - 2 tablespoons with a slide.
Step-by-step recipe for salted cucumbers without vinegar for the winter
- Cucumbers well rinse, pour water and leave for 5 hours.
- Put cucumbers in a jar, on the bottom of which pre-lay the leaves of cherry, currant, horseradish, umbrella dill and tarragon. Garlic is simply thrown into a jar.
- Prepare brine from cold, not boiled water and salt, pour in cucumbers, and leave in a warm place for 3 days.
- It is necessary that the top formed on the brine foam. Drain the resulting brine, boil it and pour in cucumbers again, roll it. Let them cool by air.
Delicious pickled cucumbers for the winter without vinegar turns crispy and fragrant.
Delicious preparations for you!