Gherkins cucumbers for the winter

Gherkins cucumbers for the winter

Well, how can you refuse these little crispy cucumbers? Gherkin cucumbers pickled according to this recipe always turn out to be crispy, so delicious, mmm ... I just want to shred. And how simple they are to cook - you don’t even need to sterilize!


For 1 liter can:

  • gherkins (small) cucumbers - how much will fit in the jar;
  • water - 700 millionaires;
  • vinegar - 3 tablespoons;
  • sugar - 2 tablespoons;
  • salt - 1 tablespoon;
  • allspice - 5 pieces;
  • cherry and currant leaves - 2 pieces each;
  • dill umbrella;
  • garlic - a couple of cloves.

Gherkins cucumbers for the winter. Step by step recipe

  1. Soak cucumbers in water for 5 hours, then wash well. If you have freshly picked gherkins, you can not soak them.
  2. Put currant leaves, cherries, dill umbrella, peas, garlic in a sterilized jar, then put cucumbers.
  3. Bring water to a boil, pour cucumbers and leave for 10-15 minutes.
  4. Then pour the water into the pan, add salt and sugar and bring to a boil.
  5. Add vinegar directly to the jar and pour boiling marinade.
  6. Close the lid.
  7. Wrap in a blanket until cool.

Well, what else to say about pickled gherkins - this is a miracle that you close in a jar! Gherkins crispy cucumbers for the winter always look so profitable on the table, they are so small and mouth-watering!

"I love to cook" wishes you bon appetit! And be sure to try cucumbers in jars for the winter and cucumbers pickled in a bag in the refrigerator.

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