How to Make Pickled Cucumber
Pickled cucumber is simple to cook, but tastes nice and appetizing. Cucumber is rich in nutrition, including vitamin C, carotene, and potassium, and anticarcinogens. What’s more, its tartronic acid can reduce carbohydrate conversion into fat, so it's good for losing weight and preventing coronary heart disease.
Seasonings: salt, white vinegar, white sugar
Note: The amount of the seasonings listed above can be adjusted according to personal taste.
- Wash the cucumber. Dice it into chunks.
- Salt the cucumber chunks evenly for about 20 minutes.
- After dehydration, wash the cucumber chunks with cold water to clear out the salt, and pour away the saline water.
- Put the cucumber chunks into a bowl with white vinegar and mix in some sugar.
- After pickling for an hour, the pickled cucumber is ready!
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