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quick pickled watermelon rind + video - a spicy perspective

quick pickled watermelon rind + video - a spicy perspective

Our easy and quick Pickled Watermelon Rind recipe takes less than 30 minutes to prep and makes the sweetest, tangy, and crunchy watermelon rind pickles in the refrigerator no complicated canning methods needed!

I am an absolutely pickle FANATIC. Not even exaggerating. There is just something about the taste of tangy, slightly sweet, incredibly flavorful pickles that keep me wanting more and more. And more and more and more. If there is a pickle on a menu or at a party, Im eating it. Possibly them all.

Because of my deep love, we have lots of wonderful pickle recipes on the blog. If you havent yet, youve got to try classic recipes like Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles (also known as sweet pickles), tart Homemade Refrigerator Pickles, and Giadiniera Pickled Vegetables. Plus we have some deliciously intriguing and fun pickling recipes, such as Spicy Beet Pickled Eggs and Quick Pickled Red Onions.

They are easy to prepare in just 30 minutes with a simple stovetop pickling solution. Then the watermelon just sits in the refrigerator until pickled perfection is achieved, with no traditional canning necessary.

I love to snack on pieces by themselves right out of the jar! But they are also great to add on sandwiches, burgers, and salads. Try them on these Pineapple Chorizo Burgers and Vietnamese Banh Mi Sandwiches! Homemade watermelon pickles are also fantastic to include on barbecue platters and summer charcuterie boards for a centerpiece-worthy plate. They also can be used as a fantastically unique and tasty cocktail garnish.

Feel free to customize this recipe to suit your tastes! As-is this these pickled watermelon rinds have a nice bit of heat that is balanced by the sweet and sour flavors. Take the spiciness up a notch by leaving in the jalapeo seeds after slicing. Or you can leave out the peppers all together for a milder pickle.

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I tried this recipe for the novelty of it, but I will making it all summer because these are delicious! Such a fun and unique snack and a great way to use up all the parts of our favorite summer snack!

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