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Homemade Dill Pickle Chips Recipe

Love a good dill pickle? Then you are going to love these delicious dill pickle chips! These are some of my favorite pickles to make when our cucumbers begin producing, they are so easy to make plus they are one of the only pickles I’ve tried that stay crispy and full of flavor. 

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What Is A Pickle Chip?

Pickle chips can mean a couple of different things like pickled cucumbers cut into rounds, pickle rounds battered and deep-fried, and finally pickle-flavored potato chips. If you are a pickle fan you should definitely try all of the above- but for now, we’re going to teach you how to make dill pickle rounds. 

Pickle chips usually come in the form of sweet pickles like bread and butter or yum yum but you can also find them in the form of my favorite pickle- dill. 

How Do You Make Crispy Dill Pickle Chips From Scratch?

The trick to crispy dill pickles you ask? Don’t cook them! This is what we do whenever we are making dill pickle chips, and I haven’t been disappointed once. It makes perfect pickle chips every single time!

How To Make Dill Pickle Chips

Dill pickle chips are super easy to make- and the perfect size for snacking or sandwiches! 

What You Need To Make Dill Pickle Chips?

 

Homemade Dill Pickle Chips Recipe

Ingredients:

8-9 Small to Medium Pickling Cucumbers

6 Cups spring water

1/2 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar (raw)

1 Tablespoon Kosher Dill Pickle Mix

1/3 Cup Canning or Kosher Salt (Don’t use fine)

4 Cloves of Garlic

4 Fresh dill heads

1 Teaspoon Mixed Pickling Spice

Directions:

Wash the cucumbers you will use to make into dill pickle chips, but don’t scrub. Slice the cucumbers into 1/4″-1/8″ slices.

Layer the cucumber slices, garlic, and dill heads into the canning jars.

In a small bowl mix vinegar, water, salt, and mixed pickling spice. Stir until the salt has dissolved.

Pour the brine over the cucumber slices, if necessary place something heavy over the dill pickle chips to keep them submerged. Cover the top of the jar with cheesecloth and secure it with a rubber band so bugs can’t get in. Leave on the counter for 2-4 days out of the sunshine until they taste like pickles.

When you’ve finished making dill pickle chips, place a lid on top of the jar and secure it.

Store the dill pickle chips in your fridge for up to 6 months as long as they are covered in brine. If at some point you see foam or bubbles appear on the top, simply spoon it off. If you have leftover pickling brine you can store in the refrigerator until ready to use.

What To Use Dill Pickle Chips On:

Some great ways to use dill pickle chips are:

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Yield: 2 Quart Jars

Homemade Dill Pickle Chips Recipe

Jar of pickles | How to make dill pickle chips from scratch recipe #rosevinecottagegirls

Love a good dill pickle? Then you are going to love these delicious dill pickle chips! They are so easy to make plus they are one of the only pickles I've tried that stay crispy and full of flavor. 

Ingredients

  • 8-9 Small to Medium Pickling Cucumbers
  • 6 Cups spring water
  • 1/2 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar (raw)
  • 1 Tablespoon Kosher Dill Pickle Mix
  • 1/3 Cup Canning or Kosher Salt (Don't use fine)
  • 4 Cloves of Garlic
  • 4 Fresh dill heads
  • 1 Teaspoon Mixed Pickling Spice

Instructions

  1. Wash the cucumbers you will use to make into dill pickle chips, but don't scrub. Slice the cucumbers into 1/4"-1/8" slices.
  2. Layer the cucumber slices, garlic, and dill heads into the canning jars.
  3. In a small bowl mix vinegar, water, salt, and mixed pickling spice. Stir until the salt has dissolved.
  4. Pour the brine over the cucumber slices, if necessary place something heavy over the dill pickle chips to keep them submerged. Cover the top of the jar with cheesecloth and secure with a rubber band so bugs can't get in. Leave on the counter for 2-4 days out of the sunshine until they taste like pickles.
  5. When you've finished making dill pickle chips, place a lid on top of the jar and secure it.
  6. Store the dill pickle chips in your fridge for up to 6 months as long as they are covered in brine. If at some point you see foam or bubbles appear on the top, simply spoon it off. If you have leftover pickling brine you can store in the refrigerator until ready to use.


 

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