How to Make Pickled Apples

For a fun, new autumn condiment, that pairs wonderfully with the rich foods of fall, try making your own pickled apples. Serve them next to a grilled pork chop or top a pulled pork sandwich with these spicy, maple-flavored pickles. Use them for a salad topper, a sandwich garnish, or place them on a colorful charcuterie board full of meats, nuts and cheeses.

Not only are these small-batch pickled apples simple to make but absolutely no canning is involved. Just keep them in the fridge for a week or two and make another batch when you’re ready. Guaranteed to be a feast for your eyes as well as your tastebuds.

How to make pickled apples
How to make pickled apples
How to make pickled apples
How to make pickled apples
How to make pickled apples
How to make pickled apples

Click here for the complete step-by-step instructions.

Happy Pickling!


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