Pickled Spicy Carrots Recipe

Turn up the heat in your canning recipes and try this Pickled Spicy Carrots Recipe.

| February 2013

  • Put Em Up by Sherri Brooks Vinton, Storey Publishing
    The step-by-step instructions and 175 tasty recipes in “Put ’Em Up!” will have the most timid beginners filling their pantries and freezers with the preserved goodness of fresh produce in no time.
    Cover Courtesy Storey Publishing
  • Fresh jalapeno peppers in the garden
    You can reduce the heat by adding fewer peppers or omitting the flakes in this Pickled Spicy Carrots Recipe.
    Photo By Fotolia/JHESTON

  • Put Em Up by Sherri Brooks Vinton, Storey Publishing
  • Fresh jalapeno peppers in the garden

Put ’Em Up! (Storey Publishing, 2010) offers your grandma’s traditional home-canning methods with a modern twist. Flavors are brighter, batch sizes are more flexible and up-to-date methods make the process safer and easier. An extensive techniques section allows you to think outside the box and learn a variety of food preservation methods such as freezing, drying and pickling. Create time-honored traditions such as apple butter to inventive new favorites such as figs in honey syrup or fennel confit. Even beginners who’ve never canned before can easily pick up preserving skills from this vibrant guide to canning. These Pickled Spicy Carrots pack a lot of punch with their heat and flavor. 

You can purchase this book from the GRIT store: Put ’Em Up! 

More from Put ’Em Up!:

Learn the Boiling Water-Bath Canning Method for Preserving Food
Pickled Beets Recipe with Dill 
Granny's Chow-Chow Relish Recipe 
Refrigerator Zucchini Pickles Recipe 

Pickled Spicy Carrots Recipe

Makes about 3 pints



I like these carrots spicy, so I use a combination of jalapeño peppers and red pepper flakes. You can reduce the heat by adding fewer peppers or omitting the flakes. Make sure to sample your peppers for heat, as their potency varies.

Note: The boiling-water method is necessary to tenderize these cold-pack pickles. 



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