Tangy, sweet, and oh-so crisp, these homemade sweet dill pickles are a delightful treat that’s sure to tantalize your taste buds. Made with plump, juicy dill pickles, the salty goodness is enhanced by a symphony of flavors, including the earthy notes of celery seed, the piquant bite of mustard seed, the sweetness of sugar, the tanginess of vinegar, and the umami kick of Accent seasoning.
Each bite delivers an explosion of flavors, starting with the refreshing crunch of the pickles, followed by a medley of sweet, sour, and savory notes that dance on your palate. The celery seed adds a subtle earthy undertone, while the mustard seed provides a zesty kick that lingers pleasantly. The sugar balances the tartness of the vinegar, creating a harmonious blend that’s sweet and tangy.
These homemade sweet dill pickles are perfect for snacking, adding a tangy crunch to sandwiches and salads, or serving as a delightful accompaniment to charcuterie boards. They’re also a great way to use up extra dill pickles, transforming them into a delicious and irresistible treat.
So, if you’re looking for a sweet and tangy pickle with a touch of spice and a whole lot of flavor, these homemade sweet dill pickles are the perfect choice. Grab a jar and get ready to experience a taste sensation that will leave you wanting more.
Sweet Dill Pickles
- 1 qt dill pickles
- 1 tsp celery seed
- 1 tsp mustard seed
- 2 cups sugar
- 1/2 cup vinegar
- dash Accent
- Stir and head celery seed, mustard seed, sugar, vinegar, and Accent until well dissolved.
- Cut pickles into slices.
- Pour hot mixture over pickles.
- Pour into a bowl.
- Let stand in the refigerator.
- Stir occasionly, after a few hours pour pickles and syrup into ??? quart jars, let stand a couple of dasy.