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Ranch Dill Pickles

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I am a Pickle Rancher!  Yup I wrangle these unruly pickles and corral them into jars.

To be a successful pickle rancher, you must have ripe, fresh dill pickles that are fresh and crunchy, any brand will do! You can use Pickle spears, or chips or sandwich slices.

First slowly open the jar, you don’t want the pickles to try to jump out and escape onto pasture.

Slowly add the dry ranch seasoning packets, just to let you know the pickles may laugh, this tickles them when you pour it into the jar,

Now securely put the lid back on, tighten it up, and prepare to shake , shake the jar.

The pickles like this, they think its great fun!

Let the jar of pickles sit in the fridge for 24 hours to really soak up the flavor.

 

When you take them out prepare yourself to be ready to eat and enjoy the most amazing pickles ever!

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Ranch Dill Pickles

Difficulty: Beginner Prep Time 10 min Total Time 10 mins Best Season: Suitable throughout the year

Description

To be a successful pickle rancher, you must have ripe, fresh dill pickles that are fresh and crunchy, any brand will do! You can use Pickle spears, or chips or sandwich slices.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Add seasoning

    Open up the ranch seasoning packet and pour into the opened pickle jar. 

  2. Cover and Shake

    Place the lid back on the pickle jar tightly and shake until the ranch seasoning is evenly distributed. You will noticed a color change once it is fully mixed.

  3. Refrigerate overnight

    Store in the refrigerator overnight and enjoy the next day. Store any remaining leftovers in the fridge. 

Note

  • Use alone as a delicious snack or appetizer.
  • Chop into pieces and put into dips.
  • Cut up and put on your favorite sandwiches, burgers or even as a relish for hot dogs.
  • Use as a topping on your favorite foods.
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