Canning Recipe for Pickled Radishes

This canning recipe for pickled radish is a great way to prepare your radishes. They are so fun and easy to grow in your garden and all come ripe at the same time, resulting in an abundance of radishes.


- Bunch of Radishes – 1 Cup White Vinegar: Apple cider vinegar is an option – 1/2 Cup Sugar – 1/2 Cup Water – 1 tsp Canning Salt – 2 Tsp Pickling Spice – Optional is to add red pepper flakes for spicy pickled radishes

Give the Radishes a Good Rinse


Cut the Radishes into thin Slices

Add the sliced radishes to the canning jars.

Bring the water, vinegar, sugar, canning salt and pickling spices to a boil in a small saucepan to make the pickling liquid.


Pour the hot liquid over the radish slices into the jars and leave 1/2 inch headspace. The brine fills about 1 1/2 pint-sized jar of radishes, and will need to be adjusted to make more. Remove air bubbles, wipe the jar rim and add the lids.

Add the canning jars to the hot water bath and process at high heat at a full rolling boil for 15 minutes.


Remove the hot jars from the boiling water bath with a jar lifter and place them on a dish towel on the counter. Do not disturb for 24 hours.