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How to pickle cucumbers with chili ketchup for the winter: the most successful recipe

Tetiana KoziukLS Food
Recipe for cucumbers with chili ketchup for the winter. Source: Pexels

If you want a delicious and unusual way to pickle cucumbers for the winter, you'll love this recipe. All you need to do is make a good marinade with the addition of Chili ketchup. You will be pleasantly surprised by the result: pickled cucumbers with Chili ketchup are very crispy, with a light sweet, and at the same time spicy flavor.

The recipe for pickled cucumbers with Chili ketchup was published in one of the culinary Youtube channels (Yulia's Delicacies). (To watch the video, scroll to the end of the news) .

Recipe for pickled cucumbers with chili ketchup

Ingredients for 4 kg of cucumbers:

  • water - 3 liters
  • rock salt - 4 tbsp. 
  • sugar - 2 tbsp
  • vinegar - 2 glasses
  • Chili ketchup - 500-540 g
Pickled cucumbers for the winter

Additionally:

  • horseradish inflorescences
  • horseradish leaves, currants, cherries
  • allspice

Method of preparation:

1. Wash the cucumbers well. They can also be pre-soaked in cold water for 1 hour.

2. Pre-wash the jars with baking soda. Put dill, horseradish, currant, and cherry leaves on the bottom of each jar. You can also add garlic.

Pickled cucumbers with garlic and dill

3. Also put 5-6 peas of allspice in the jars.

4. Put the cucumbers in the jars.

5. For the marinade, mix water with salt, ketchup, vinegar and sugar. Stir to dissolve the sugar.

Pickled cucumbers with ketchup for the winter

6. Pour the resulting marinade into jars.

7. Sterilize the jars with cucumbers for 20 minutes after boiling.

8. Close the jars with lids, turn them upside down, and leave them to cool completely.

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