Canning Competition | Mrs. Wages

Mrs. Wages White Ribbon Quick Pickled Vegetables

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I use Mrs. Wages for pickling. This entry featured California blend of vegetables, red pepper, pearl onions and celery. Also, this recipe is a great do-ahead before a family dinner without canning. Put it on your relish tray.


Canning Competition | Mrs. Wages


1 large bag California Blend vegetables (in your freezer section)

12 pearl onions

1 red, orange or green sweet pepper cut into chunks

1 stalk celery cut into chunks

3 1/3 cups vinegar (I divide the vinegar to 1/2 cider vinegar to 1/2 white vinegar)

7 1/3 cups water

1 package Mrs. Wages Kosher Dill Pickle Mix

Hot red pepper flakes

Garlic Cloves

Pepper corns


1Wash and sterilize pint jars.

2Remove vegies from the freezer and place in a bowl while jars are sterilizing. Chunk Peppers and celery and add to vegetables along with pearl onions. Toss vegetables to mix. Heat Mrs. Wages mix, water and vinegar to a boil over medium heat. To each jar, add 1/8 teaspoon each red pepper flakes and whole black pepper corns and one clove of garlic. Fill jars with vegetables and ladle hot liquid over them, leaving 1/2-inch headspace. Seal with hot sterilized lids.

3Place in a hot water bath and process for 5 minutes.

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