Be ready to taste the best pickles EVER! These Horseradish Pickles are made from an old family recipe. Crunchy, sweet, and spicy...a party in your mouth!

Pickles might be one of the greatest things on earth!  I love sweet, spicy, tangy, hot, fried, and just about every other pickles there is.  Coming from an old Siudy family recipe, these Horseradish pickles top the charts! The sweet and spicy flavors melding together are really what make these pickles stand out! Thanks to the Siudy’s for passing on this recipe, and allowing everyone to experience some greatness!

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Here’s What you need:


Here’s what you do:

  1. Drain the dill pickles and discard the brine. ( I reused the brine and added sliced cucumbers for a lightly flavored dill pickles…. I am a sucker for pickles!)
  2. Quarter the pickles to create spears.
  3. Return the pickles to the jar and add the horseradish.
  4. In a saucepan, boil the sugar, water, and vinegar.  After shutting off the heat, allow the liquid to cool for about 3 minutes.
  5. Pour the liquid into the jar over the pickles.
  6. Cover the jar with the lid and shake to mix up the horseradish and the liquids.
  7. Store the jar in the fridge overnight to allow all flavors to be absorbed.

Be ready to taste the best pickles EVER! Enjoy!

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  1. Tara, the recipe calls for “1/2 water”. I’m assuming that’s a 1/2 cup of water? I hope that’s right. I’m planning on making these this week. My family is crazy about pickles and horseradish, and here they are combined in one recipe! Thanks for sharing it 🙂

    • Hey Marlene! I have to be quite honest, these don’t last too long in my house. I haven’t ever shelved them. I have kept them in the fridge for about a month and they were perfect! Enjoy!

  2. I have my mothers salt pickle recipe it calls for a bunch of horseradish and brown sugar with the vinegar. I think I’m going to try both recipes when I take them out of the crock

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