'Pickled' on Serious Eats

Red Beet Eggs

Pickled eggs are bright in both color and flavor. Pickling firms the whites of the hard boiled egg, transforming them into something tangy and substantial. The finished eggs are good eaten on their own, or chopped into a vibrantly colored... More

Quick Pickled Sugarsnap Peas

Though I like them raw or gently sautéed until tender-crisp, one of my favorite things to do to sugarsnaps is to quickly pickle them in a gingery, barely sweetened brine. I make them as a refrigerator pickle so that they keep their crunch and eat them with open-face sandwiches or chopped and tossed with grain salads. More

Pickled Kumquats

Save a bit of the winter citrus season by pickling kumquat halves in a slightly spiced vinegar syrup. Eat the fruit with cheese, meat or salad. The leftover liquid can be drizzled into sparkling water or whisked into vinaigrettes. More

Pickled Garlic

Pickled garlic is great in salad dressings or as part of a pickle plate (try drizzling them with a bit of fruity oil). During dinner prep, they're great coarsely chopped and added to sauteed greens. When the garlic is all gone, make sure to save the leftover brine and use it in homemade bean purees or quickly dressed bowls of salad greens. More

Pickled Red Tomatoes

Late summer and its joyous glut of tomatoes is a bittersweet time for a canner. Tomatoes signal the end of summer fruit and bring with them the knowledge that the growing season is nearing its end. However, there's just so darn much that can be done with tomatoes that the possibilities make this preserver positively giddy. More

More Posts