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 Easy Pickled Okra Recipe

Pickled okra in glass mason jar with vinegar and salt sitting on a table


  • 2 pounds small or medium okra pods
  • 4 small dried chiles, cut in half
  • 2 teaspoons of mustard seeds
  • 12 sprigs of fresh dill
  • 4 cloves of garlic, whole
  • 1 teaspoon of whole peppercorns
  • 1/4 cup of kosher salt
  • 2 cups of rice wine vinegar
  • 2 cups filtered water

Special Equipment: 4 pint-sized pickling mason or canning jars, sterilized*

Directions/ Instructions 

1. Wash the okra and trim the stem to 1/2 inch. Place 1 chile, 1/2 teaspoon mustard seeds, 3 branches of dill, 1 clove of garlic, and 1/4 teaspoon peppercorns in the lower part of every one of 4 disinfected half-quart canning containers. Partition the okra equally among the 4 containers, standing them up in an upward direction, exchanging stems all over.

2. In a medium pan over medium intensity, bring the salt, vinegar, and water to a bubble. When bubbling, pour this combination over the okra in the containers, leaving space between the highest point of the fluid and the cover. Seal the tops. Set in a cool dry spot for a considerable length of time.

*Tips on Sanitizing Containers

Appropriately dealing with disinfected hardware will save canned food sources in great shape for quite a long time. Disinfecting containers is the initial step in saving food sources.

Disinfecting Tips:

  • Containers ought to be produced using glass and liberated from any chips or breaks. Safeguarding or canning containers are finished off with a glass, plastic, or metal cover, which has an elastic seal. Two-piece tops are best for canning, as they vacuum seal when handled.

  • To sanitize containers, prior to loading up with jams, pickles, or jam, wash containers and cover them with hot, foamy water. Wash well and orchestrate containers and covers open sides up, without contacting, on a plate. Heat up the containers and tops in a huge pot, covered with water, for 15 minutes.

  • Use utensils while dealing with the hot disinfected containers, to move them from bubbling water. Be certain the utensils are sanitized as well, by plunging the closures in bubbling water for a couple of moments.

  • When in doubt, hot jelly goes into hot containers and cold jam go into cold containers. All things utilized during the time spent making dilemmas, jams, and jelly should be spotless. This incorporates any towels utilized, particularly your hands.

  • After the containers are disinfected, you can save the food. It is vital to adhere to any canning and handling directions remembered for the recipe and allude to USDA rules about the cleansing of canned items.

Okra plant with pods stems and leaves sitting in the garden

What is Okra?

Okra is a blossoming plant in the mallow family. It has eatable green seed cases. The topographical beginning of okra is questioned, with allies of West African, Ethiopian, Southeast Asian, and South Asian starting points. Developed in tropical, subtropical, and warm mild locales all over the planet, okra is utilized in the cooking styles of numerous countries.

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