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Your finished mix will store in an airtight container out of direct sunlight or heat levels above room temperature for about a month before the individual flavor characteristics of the spices begin to disappear. Try using this pickling spice along with a brine for overnight quick pickling of tough meats.


Make your own pickling spice blend! Mustard seed, black peppercorns, and cinnamon (or allspice!) are essential. The rest are mix-and-match. Lasts for up to a year and makes enough for several batches.


Mix all ingredients and place in an airtight jar, keep for up to 6 months in a cool, dry place. I add 1 - 2 tsp of the pickling spice blend to each pint jar. Then squeeze in all the goodies for picking.


While pickling spice can be found in the canning supply or spice aisle of many stores, you may want to mix your own if you grow some of the spices or if you dislike the taste of certain spices or have allergies to them. Your pickling spice recipe can be tailored to fit your taste or the recipes you commonly follow.


My Homemade Pickling Spice Blend is made with a lot of spices already in your pantry and other are easily available in most markets. This is THE pickling spice blend. The aroma when simmered for a brine is amazing, especially in my Corned Beef recipe!


Spiceology Pickling spice blend is loaded with bay leaf, allspice berries, fennel seed, whole dill seeds, mustard and a touch of chili flake. Use our premium Pickling Spice Blend for pickling vegetables or making corned beef.


I can every year and I love to use this pickling spice for my pickles. Everyone says they are the best they have ever had. —Olivia Miller, Memphis, Tennessee


Pickling spice is actually a mix of spices that are used, as you might guess, when pickling. Pickling spice can also be added to the salt water when brining meats for extra flavor. There is no set answer as to what pickling spice is.


Pickling spice is a bit like barbecue sauce; everyone has a personal style and preference of taste. You can purchase pickling spice blends at the store or make your own. For an aromatic approach, you might include as many as 6 or 8 spices—such as whole allspice, peppercorns, dill and mustard seeds and bay leaves.


McCormick® Mixed Pickling Spice Fermented foods are all the hype now! Roll up your sleeves and try pickling your own vegetables with our pickling spice — a mixture of whole and broken spices, seeds, and herbs to add the perfect flavors during the pickling process.