Category: Sides

Easy Bean Salad

Easy Bean Salad

Easy bean salad is a staple in my house.  From family potluck dish, to make ahead salad for boating (or camping), to meal prep lunches this dish is in heavy rotation.  In fact, I probably make this easy bean salad at least twice a month. […]

Roasted Golden Beets with Wilted Greens

Roasted Golden Beets with Wilted Greens

My favourite thing about summer is our weekly farmers market. Meeting local producers and vendors and supporting the businesses of our community is something that both James and I are passionate about. Knowing that we are purchasing fresh, local food for our family is awesome […]

Quick Pickled Carrots

Quick Pickled Carrots

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Got a pickle lover in the house? We sure do. Its next to impossible to keep a jar in the fridge once its opened, and these Quick Pickled Carrots have been a regular in our house for the last few weeks. Crunchy, salty, and tangy, they make an excellent snack on their own or a nice accompaniment for meals of all kinds.

We love throwing them in sandwiches or wraps, or adding them to bowls such as bibimbap or even our Korean BBQ Tofu Bowls.

This recipe truly takes no more than 10 minutes of your time, and the pickled carrots can hold up well in the fridge for at least a couple of weeks (if they last that long). I like to make the pickles about a day before I am going to use them, but if you are in a hurry you could make them a couple of hours before – the carrots will just be crisper and less ‘briney’.

We use very little sugar in this recipe as we prefer our pickles on the salty side, but if you prefer a sweeter taste feel free to add more sugar.

This recipe makes 1 500 ml mason jar container, but you can easily scale this recipe to make a bigger batch if you wish.

Ingredients for Quick Pickled Carrots:

  • 1/2 lb carrots
  • white vinegar
  • salt
  • sugar

How to make Quick Pickled Carrots

  1. Prepare your carrots by peeling and cutting into matchstick sized pieces. I like to cut mine as tall as the container will be storing them in. The thiner the thickness of the carrot pieces, the easier it is for the carrot to pickle quickly. Place the carrot pieces inside of a wide mouthed mason jar.
  2. mix the boiling water, vinegar, salt and sugar together and stir until the salt and sugar dissolve.
  3. Pour the vinegar mixture into the mason jar until the carrots are covered. Close the mason jar and cool on the counter before storing in your fridge.

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Quick Pickled Carrots

Quick and easy refrigerator pickled carrots

Course Snack
Cuisine Asian
Keyword Quick Pickled Carrots
Prep Time 10 minutes
chilling and cooling 2 hours
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 jar
Calories 117 kcal
Author Courtney

Ingredients

  • 1/2 lb carrots
  • 1/2 cup white vinegar
  • 1/2 cup boiling water
  • 2 tsp salt
  • 1/2 tsp sugar

Instructions

  1. Cut the carrot and daikon into matchstick sized pieces about as tall as the neck of your mason jar, and put them inside it.

  2. In medium sized bowl mix together the remaining ingredients. Stir until the salt and sugar have disolved.

  3. Pour the pickling mixture into the mason jar and close it. Allow to cool on the counter then store in the fridge

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Creamy Restaurant Style Hummus

Creamy Restaurant Style Hummus

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