Green Pickled Tomatoes are a fabulous way to use up all those last, remaining, green tomatoes from the garden.
They are a crispy, dill-pickle flavored snack. DH prefers to eat them straight out of the jar like pickles, but I like mine on top of a gorgeous ham sandwich.
If you didn’t raise pigs, or don’t have any ham, never fear, these are great on any deli sandwich. Ham, turkey, tuna, chicken salad – they all equally accept pickled tomatoes. It’s hard to define what a pickled tomato does to a sandwich – it’s like a tomato & a a pickle all rolled into one, except better.
These will keep for 2 months in the refrigerator. I drop my jars of pickled tomatoes in a water bath canner for 10 minutes so I can eat them all winter.
For step-by-step instructions with pictures go here.
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