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Giardiniera pickle
Sat 2-Nov-13
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Steve
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Have any of you got a really good recipe for Giardiniera pickles?

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Pickled vegetables, anyone?

I'll try that again!

Sun 3-Nov-13
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Steve, I haven't made this, but there are plenty of recipes on the internet.

I must admit, I am not Australian, but whenever I search for a recipe, if there is one in the list from Australia, they are always good. With that in mind, I found this one, and it certainly looks like it would be good.

Good luck in your quest!  ok

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Sun 3-Nov-13
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Thanks Val, I think I'll give it a go, the first time I tried it was when I lived in Australia at the beginning of the noughties, you could get good commercial versions, however, I've never seen any here.

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Good luck Steve!

I'll try that again!

Thu 28-Nov-13
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This does look good.  Thanks for hunting down that recipe!

 

Steve - if you want commercial options try your local Italian or Polish delis - they stock both the sott 'aceto (in vinegar) and sott 'olio (in oil) varieties plus some interesting preserved veggies meant to be tipped into pastas for cold salads.

Fri 13-Dec-13
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I know this is a bit late, but had this recipe in my new clean eating magazine

Pickled Giardinera

A 1 quart jar

combine

1 1/2 cups of small cauliflower florets

1 cup of carrot round or sticks

1/2 cup sliced yellow pepper

1/2 cup sliced red pepper

4 whole pepperoncini  no idea what these are but the magazine is canadian so maybe Chris would know

1/2 teasp dried red pepper flakes

for the brine

bring 1 1/4 cups of white vinegar, 1 cup of water, 1 teasp of kosher salt to the boil simmer for 5 mins then allow to cool

place veg in jar, pour over brine seal and place in the fridge

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Sat 14-Dec-13
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Pepperoncini  are small capsicums.

I'll try that again!

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