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    Dill and Garlic Pickled Green Beans
    Makes 16 (1/2 cup) servings

    2-1/2 pounds green beans (5 to 6 inches long)
    2 tablespoons McCormick® Dill Seed, divided
    2 tablespoons McCormick® Minced Onions, divided
    2 teaspoons McCormick® Celery Seed, divided
    1 teaspoon McCormick® Minced Garlic, divided
    1 teaspoon McCormick® Crushed Red Pepper, divided
    2-1/4 cups water
    2 tablespoons non-iodized salt
    2 tablespoons sugar
    2-1/4 cups distilled white vinegar (5% acidity)


    Wash beans with cold water. Trim ends and cut beans to about 4-inch lengths.

    In each of 4 hot pint-sized canning jars, place 1/2 tablespoon each dill seed and minced onion, 1/2 teaspoon celery seed, and 1/4 teaspoon each minced garlic and crushed red pepper. Pack green beans vertically into jars. (Lay jar on side for easy filling.)


    Combine remaining ingredients in medium saucepan; bring to boil, stirring to dissolve salt and sugar. Ladle over green beans, leaving 1/4-inch headspace. Run thin, non-metallic utensil down inside of jars to remove air bubbles. Wipe rim of jars clean with damp cloth.

    Cover jars with metal lids and screw on bands. Process in boiling water canner for 10 minutes.

    For this recipe, select green beans that are as straight as possible.

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    I did this once and my family hated them-- hope yours likes it better

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    My grandma made these every year and called them 'Dilly Beans'.

    She would also use the long flat italian beans.

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    Originally posted by SewCrafty
    My grandma made these every year and called them 'Dilly Beans'.

    She would also use the long flat italian beans.
    We love Dilly Beans at our house, my best friend used to make them and when I made them for my brother he liked them extra spicy so I always add more hot peppers when I make them for him.

    That recipe from McCormick I haven't tried yet but it's pretty similar to the one I have made. I use fresh dill in mine rather than the expensive jars of dill too.

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    Originally posted by sunshine
    I did this once and my family hated them-- hope yours likes it better
    I've made Dilly Beans but I didn't try this one from McCormick. I added whole cloves of garlic, a sprig of dill weed, a few hot peppers or 3 T. crushed red pepper flakes depending on what I had or which was cheaper to each jar and added the boiled vinegar mixture to the jars. My family loves these, we also like okra done the same way.

    I'm sorry your family didn't like them.

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    oh well, my family sort of likes the tried and true-- it takes something really spectacular to change their tastes.

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