Making Pickles in the Dishwasher

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Making pickles in the dishwasher, you may be surprised at first hearing but it’s possible! How to make pickles in the dishwasher? We have prepared the recipe for you.

Making Pickles in Dishwasher

Materials:

  • 1 small tea glass of vinegar (preferably grape vinegar)
  • 2 tablespoons of pickled salt
  • 2 glasses of water
  • 1 teaspoon of lemon salt
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • 5 garlic cloves

Preparation:

  • Wash the pickled ingredients well and fill the glass jar thoroughly.
  • Chop the garlic and add it.
  • In a bowl, mix the vinegar, water and salt until the salt dissolves.
  • Pour this water over the pickled materials you have prepared.
  • Water should be in a way to cover the materials.
  • Add lemon salt and sugar. Close the lid of the jar tightly.

Before Entering the Dishwasher

How to Make Pickles in a Dishwasher?

        • Turn this bottle upside down and place it in your dishwasher. Set it to a high washing program. If you close your cap well, the bottle will not breathe so no water or detergent gets into it. Wash with peace of mind, even with dirty dishes. You kill two birds with one stone. Clean dishes and a delicious pickle. Do it in the evening and eat in the morning. This is great news for pregnant women who are craving. Pickles are super because of the high heat. The vinegar and salt ratio is up to your taste. Especially pregnant women will be delighted, we are making this article in the evening, the pickle is ready in the morning. Really wonderful high heat cucumber turns yellow. If you want more vinegar or less salty, you can change the measurements. (cigdemcelezzets)

After leaving the dishwasher

How to Make Pickles in a Dishwasher?

Let me answer the frequently asked questions. Does the detergent smell get to the marinade? No, it doesn’t. As long as the jar closes tight, get a new lid. Where should I store my pickles? Since it holds a lid, you can store it in the refrigerator or kitchen cabinet, your pickle will never spoil. (source: crocuses)

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