How Do You Make Jewish Rye Bread Refrigerator Pickles?
If you love those fresh-tasting deli Kosher dills, you can make them right at home in your own refrigerator with a few ingredients. This recipe is easy that it makes a fun project to do with your kids. It takes only a few minutes to assemble, and produces a whole gallon of Jewish-style Kosher dills. These delicious pickles can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 12 months. Thoroughly wash the cucumbers and immerse them in ice water while preparing the rest of the ingredients. Wash and rinse a gallon jar or plastic container with a tight-fitting lid. Wrap half the dill around your hand to make a “wreath” and place it in the bottom of the container. Place the onion and half the garlic on top. Drain the cucumbers and slice them lengthwise into quarters to form pickle spears. Pack the spears into the container on top of the dill, onion and garlic. Make another dill “wreath” and push it down on top of the spears. Add the remaining garlic. Place a piece of Jewish rye bread with caraway see