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pickling Pickled hot garlic

3/4 Cup wine vinegar
1/4 Cup water
1 TSP salt (heaping)

In the pint jar
1 TSP Tuscan seasoning
1/2 TSP Ghost pepper flakes (heaping)
1/8 TSP Pickle Crisp
Stem end trimmed garlic

Hot fill and seal. Refrigerate after it cools
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Looks very interesting! Thanks for sharing.
In the brine, i am assuming it is 1 Tbsp SALT?


Business Member
But it didnt say heaping "what"....

Looking at it, TSP should be teaspoon, which is more in line with 1 cup of liquids. The ALL CAPS threw me off.
Pickled hot garlic can be used in many ways, including as a topping for pizzas and sandwiches, as a condiment for meats and vegetables, and even as a flavorful addition to cocktails. The tangy and spicy flavor of the pickled garlic pairs well with a variety of dishes and can add a unique twist to any recipe.


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SMDS, how did this turn out? Did the garlic turn blue, which happens often with pickled garlic?