How to make cucumber pickles

Today I have something very special for you guys and that is cucumber pickles. I am sure that for this tasty cucumber pickles no one can say No, even I can’t because I am a big fan of sour and spicy things and this delicious cucumber is just amazingly yum. This tasty cucumber are used in any thing like burger, rolls and shawarma and in Asia we many people enjoy this with curry and rice, when this pickles are added in such food it give an amazing taste to the specific dish. And one amazing information that, cucumber pickles are commonly known in united States and Canada and in a Britain, Ireland, Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. People of these area is just fan of this amazing pickles. They just like it, they deep-fried it, eat with mustard paste etc.

Nutrition in cucumber

Cucumber contains a lot of nutrient like Vitamins, magnesium, copper, biotin, potassium, phosphorus, molybdenum, iron, sodium, zinc, calcium, folate, niacin, sodium.

Benefits of cucumber

Cucumber keeps you hydrate, flushes out toxins, revives the eyes, protect from cancer, good for weight lose, aids in managing diabetes, provides glowing and bright complexion, reduce risk of kidney stones, helps to improve bonus density, control blood pressure, relieves joint pain, help stomach problem, promote healthy hair, kills bad breath.


  • Small Cucumbers (1/2 kg)
  • Vineger ( 1 medium bottle)
  • Water

How to

  1. Take a sauce pan, add water into it and bring water to a boil.
  2. Place a cucumber in a pan and boil it for 1 min .
  3. Drain water from cucumber.
  4. Take a jar and add vineger into it, and then add cucumber
  5. Store in a refrigerator.
  6. After 2 days the pickles well be finally ready.

Written by Rubab Bangash

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27 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks for the delicious reminder…I love cukes…especially pickled.

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    1. Pleasure..I also love pickles

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  2. Ramyarecipes says:

    It’s good to see you made pickle but I like to know how much quantity of vinegar used to make it?

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    1. 1 medium bottle vineger is enough. πŸ™‚

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      1. And half kg small cucumbers

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      2. KR says:

        Can you be more specific, please πŸ™‚ 1 medium bottle is….?:) and how concentrated vinegar?

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      3. Look dear.. vinegar should be much in qantity. covered cucumber in vinegar


      4. KR says:

        Ok πŸ™‚

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      5. Ramyarecipes says:

        Thank you 😊


  3. Danielleblog says:

    I love pickles … I’ll try to make this cucumber!!!

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  4. Thanks a lot for following my blog. I hope you will find there travel stories that would further interest you πŸ™‚

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  5. anncha0117 says:

    White wine vinegar?? Applecidervinegar??? Im not sure its the same thing we mean here in Sweden…

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    1. No white vinegar and apple vinegar is different from each other

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      1. anncha0117 says:

        Okay, I think I might know what it is… thank you!!

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  6. Homemade pickles are amazing! My wife and I made a batch of these from what we grew in our garden this year. Fermentation is one of the basic ways of preserving food that we have lost sight of in our modern culture. Thanks for sharing this helpful article.

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  7. zheroz says:

    very nice and simple recipe @rubab bangash

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  10. Love such homemade goodies. Beautiful images. Thank you for liking and following Masalachilli. Means a lot to me. Apologies for the delay in stopping by and responding. CheerS!


    1. ❀❀❀

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