7 Easy Pickling Recipes

If it fits into a jar, then it’s probably fit for pickling—From the pickled radish to pineapple, here are seven fun and innovative pickling recipes. So pull out those mason jars and get to work!

Pickling Recipes: 7 Easy Options

1. Sweet & Sour Pickled Radishes

Sweet & Sour Pickled Radishes

These crisp pickled radishes make a delicious condiment to welcome Spring. They are super easy to make and brighten up everything from salads, bruschetta, sandwiches and even grilled meat and fish.
Recipe by Eatwell 101

2. Spicy Pickled Pineapple

Spicy Pickled Pineapple

This surprising pickled pineapple is the perfect sandwich and salad topper with it’s tangy sweet bite.
Recipe by Running to the Kitchen

3. Pickled Avocado

Pickled Avocado

Just spread a piece of these pickled avocados on a thick slice of bread and you’re in snacking paradise! They taste also great on top of a green salad or mixed with eggs, or in sandwiches.
Recipe by Eatwell 101

4. Pickled Cherry Tomatoes (Thai Style)

Pickled Cherry Tomatoes (Thai Style)

Who knew you could pickle cherry tomatoes! This recipe for Thai Style Pickled Cherry Tomatoes is a little spicy, pungent and acidic, and only takes 10 minutes to prepare!
Recipe by Pickled Plum

5. Pickled Snow Peas

Pickled Snow Peas

Not only these pickled snow peas pack a lot of fiber, vitamin K, calcium, vitamin C and probiotics, but they also have that wonderful sweet flavor. They’ll be perfect in your salads, on toasts and sandwiches.
Recipe by Eatwell 101

6. Sweet And Spicy Zucchini Refrigerator Pickles

Sweet And Spicy Zucchini Refrigerator Pickles

These quick zucchini refrigerator pickles are sweet and spicy and perfect in place of regular pickles!
Recipe by Brown Eyed Baker

7. Quick Fridge Rhubarb Pickles

Quick Fridge Rhubarb Pickles

This wonderful quick pickled rhubarb is a great ingredient to have on hand to flavor everything from salads to cheese and charcuterie plates or smoked fish and pâtés.
Recipe by Eatwell 101

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