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Re: I give up! Now Dilly Beans

Happy to oblige!

Dilly Beans

2lbs green or wax beans
2 1/2c water
2 1/2c distilled white vinegar
3T salt
4 sprigs fresh dill
4 garlic cloves, peeled
4t red pepper flakes

Snap stems from beans, then cut beans 3/4 inch shorter than the height of the jars. (You can cut them into 1-2 inch lengths, but they are not nearly as pretty or easy to eat!) Combine the water, vinegar, and salt in a saucepan and bring to a boil. Place 1 sprig of dill, 1 garlic clove, and 1t red pepper flakes in each pint jar. Pack the beans in the jars and ladle the boiling vinegar mixture over them, leaving 1/2 in headspace. Cover, and process in a hot water bath for 10 min. You may get more than 4 pints from this recipe, depending on the accuracy of your scale, or how tightly you pack the beans in the jars!


On Aug 12, 2008, at 8:17 PM, Donna wrote:

Sure, I would like to try the "dilly bean" recipe.... gotta do something with them LOL


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