Posts Tagged: pickling
How to use that pickle brine!
I read "That Leftover Pickling Brine" at Preserving Food At Home by the National Center for Home Food Preservation (NCHFP), hosted by the University of Georgia. A good tie-in to our last pickle post, no? This article has good info on using up leftover brine from quick pickles (non-fermented) pickles, refrigerator or hot-pack and processed.
Did you know that you should NOT re-use leftover to make more hot-pack processed pickles? This article explains why—the solution becomes less acidic after use on vegetables in a recipe.
Other explanations of when and where you can or cannot use leftover brines are given and explained. In addition, links to pickling fact-sheets and, pickled product, and canning relishes are given. Check it out, read and brush-up your pickling education.
In any case, you could always use leftover brine to make this fried chicken sandwich recipe: Pickle-Brined Fried Chicken Sandwich at TastingTable.com. Looks good to me!
Our latest class is coming up--DIY Fermetation!
Freshly fermented foods are delicious, and if you have never had home-made, home-fermented sauerkraut, you are in for a treat.
Make sure you attend this class for really good, easy-to-do, home-fermented sauerkraut.