Dilly Carrots

Dilly Carrots Recipe – Canning Carrots

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A Great Canned Carrots Recipe!

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  • Yields: 3 Pints
Dilly Carrots

Ingredients

3 lbs carrots, trimmed to fit your jars

1 1/2 cups Mrs. Wages® Pickling & Canning Vinegar or other commercial white vinegar (5% acidity)

1 1/2 cups water

1 Tbsp Mrs. Wages® Pickling & Canning Salt

3 tsp dill seed, divided

3/4 tsp black peppercorns, divided

3 cloves garlic

Directions

1To start this canned carrots recipe bring a small pot of water to a boil in which to blanch the carrots.

2Prepare 3 pint jars. Place lid(s) in a small pot of water and bring to the barest bubble to soften sealing compound.

3Peel carrots and trim to fit jars. Cut into thin sticks.

4When the water comes to a boil, drop in the carrots and cook for either 90 seconds if you plan on canning your pickles, or 3 minutes if you’re making them as refrigerator pickles.

5When time is up, remove carrots from water and run under cold water to stop cooking.

6Combine vinegar, water and salt in a small saucepan and bring to a boil.

7Place spices and garlic cloves into the bottom of the jar or jars.

8Pack carrots sticks upright in jars.

9Pour the boiling brine over the carrots, leaving 1/2 inch headspace.

10Tap the jars gently to remove air bubbles.

11Wipe the rims and apply the lids and rings.

12If you’re canning the pickles, process them for 15 minutes in a boiling water bath.

13When time is up, remove jars from canner and let cool.

14Sealed jars can be stored in a cool, dark place for up to one year. Refrigerator pickles should be placed in the fridge as soon as the jars are cool.

Recipe suggestion: Canning Cubed Pumpkin

 

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