Side Dishes Snacks

Dilly Snap Peas

snap peas in a bowl on the table

Snap and snow peas are some of the delights of spring. But they disappear fast, so preserve some of your snap pea harvest by making these pickles.

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Peas are pretty easy to grow in cool weather. If you're short on space, peas can be grown in containers, along walls, or up corn and sunflower stalks. Click here to learn how to grow this easy, yummy early spring vegetable!

Dilly Snap Peas

These easy, delicious Dilly Snap Peas will preserve your snap pea harvest and delight your taste buds all summer with their bright, fresh crunch!

Course Side Dish
Cuisine Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian
Total Time 45 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Remove strings, if necessary, and pack snap peas as tightly as you can in hot, sterilized pint-size Mason jars, leaving 1/2-inch of headroom.
  2. To each jar add cayenne, garlic and dill.
  3. Boil water, vinegar and salt and then pour the mixture over the peas, leaving 1/4-inch headroom.
  4. Seal the jars and process for 15 minutes in a boiling water bath.
  5. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

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About the author

Dawn Gifford

Dawn is the creator of Small Footprint Family, and the author of the critically acclaimed Sustainability Starts at Home - How to Save Money While Saving the Planet. After a 20-year career in green building and environmental sustainability, chronic illness forced her to shift her expertise and passion from the public sphere to home and hearth. Get the whole story behind SFF here.

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