Easy Refrigerator Pickled Okra

Have you tried pickled okra? It's delicious and it's simple to make. Find out how here.

In the south, okra is a staple food. It’s super easy to grow in the summer heat and its delicious many different ways. Have you tried pickled okra? We love it!

Easy refrigerator pickled okra

Making refrigerator pickles is so easy and takes just a few minutes, but it can preserve your garden produce for months. I love pickling a bunch of vegetables at the end of the garden season. Okra is one of the easiest garden vegetables to grow. Check out how to grow okra here. 

growing okra i n the garden

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Picked okra recipe without canning

We don’t can food because we’re not allowed to feed the daycare kids home-canned foods, so we come up with other ways to preserve food like freezing, dehydrating and refrigerator pickling. This technique is simple and just takes a few ingredients.

canning jar on counter top filled with okra ready to make refrigerator pickled okra

               

               

   


pouring brine onto jar of okra for picklingIn the south, okra is a staple food. It’s super easy to grow in the summer heat and its delicious many different ways. Have you tried pickled okra? We love it!In the south, okra is a staple food. It’s super easy to grow in the summer heat and its delicious many different ways. Have you tried pickled okra? We love it!

Pickled okra recipe

Refrigerator Pickled Okra Recipe
Prep Time
10 mins
 

Simple pickling recipe for fresh okra. No special equipment needed as you store it in the refrigerator.

Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Servings: 8
Author: Christina
Ingredients
  • 4 c okra
  • 2 c white vinegar
  • 2 c water
  • 1/4 c sea salt
  • 1 tsp dried dill
  • 4 cloves garlic, peeled
  • 1/2 tsp red pepper flakes
Instructions
  1. To make the brine, combine vinegar, water and salt in a sauce pan.

    Cook on medium heat stirring until salt is completely dissolved.

    Allow brine to cool.

    Pack okra into jars as tight as you can.

    Divide garlic among jars.

    Add dill and red pepper flakes to brine and pour into jars until they are full.

    Place lids on the jars tightly and store in refrigerator.

    Okra will be ready to eat in about two weeks but will last in the vinegar for a month or two.

Fermented pickled okra

Okra can be fermented in a similar way. You can use the same recipe but use filtered water. Click here to see the process. 

Refrigerator pickles

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