Easy Refrigerator Pickled Cherry Tomatoes
Did you know you can pickle tomatoes in the refrigerator? It’s super easy and these refrigerator pickled cherry tomatoes are delicious.
Easy refrigerator pickled cherry tomatoes
There is no special equipment needed when making refrigerator pickles. We don’t can because we aren’t allowed to serve the daycare kids home canned food, so this is an easy way for us to preserve our harvest a little longer without losing out on eating pickles. We can freeze and dehydrate foods too. Check out our frozen roasted tomato sauce, and frozen “Rotel”, yum!
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Sweet pickled cherry tomatoes
I decided to make this brine a little bit sweet to have a different type of pickle in our refrigerator this fall. There is no special preparation that needs to happen except to poke some small holes in the cherry tomatoes so they can get the pickling liquid inside. We used a toothpick. You can also make them out of big tomatoes by just dicing them up in large chunks.
Sweet, juicy, tart cherry tomatoes with amazing flavor. Pops in your mouth like a flavor bomb.
- 4 c cherry tomatoes, whatever kind you have
- 2 1/2 c apple cider vinegar
- 2 1/2 c water
- 1/4 c sea salt
- 2 T raw sugar (white sugar if that's what you have)
- 2 tsp dried dill
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 2 cloves garlic, peeled
- 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
Make brine by combining sugar, salt, water and vinegar in a pan.
Cook on medium heat, stirring until salt and sugar are completely dissolved.
Remove from heat and allow to cool.
Prepare the tomatoes by poking small holes into each one.
Place tomatoes in jars.
Divide garlic cloves between jars.
Add red and black pepper and dill to the brine and pour into jar until full.
Place lids on jars tightly.
Place in refrigerator.
Pickles are ready in about a week and will last for several months.
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You can also ferment the tomatoes in a similar way. Click here to see how.
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