Quick-pickled Cucumbers (pg. 65)

These were, well, quick.  Sort of a filler post until it’s all brought together.

Slicing into 1/8th inch with a Mandoline, next to mise en place.

Combine Salt and Sugar, let sit for 15 minutes.

These came out pretty good.  Although they are not rocket science, they can come out sweet.  I did a batch the day before as a little snack to munch on.  Recipe repeated the next day when it all came together for the Momofuku pork buns.

Lessons Learned

  • Take more photo’s.  Since these were made just before bringing everything together, they went right into the pork buns and I never photographed the final quick-pickled cucumbers alone.

Coming Soon:  Momofuku Pork Buns (pg. 79)

6 Responses to “Quick-pickled Cucumbers (pg. 65)”


  1. 1 Joe R January 13, 2010 at 12:29 am

    is it just salt, sugar and cukes? no liquids – oil or rice vinegar? or does the salt/sugar pull the water out of the cukes to make a ‘dressing’?

  2. 2 Joe R January 13, 2010 at 12:30 am

    btw – are you cooking at your place in the city in these pics or at your parent’s house? it looked like your parent’s kitchen in a couple of the pics

  3. 3 Chrisdenoia January 13, 2010 at 12:53 am

    Good catch. I made the Momofuku Pork Buns at my parents over Xmas. Timely as I don’t have a standing mixer w a dough hook!

    It all come together next post!

    • 4 Joe R January 13, 2010 at 11:28 pm

      so close and no call to come over and try them? for shame🙂

      keep up the good work on this – i’m enjoying the blog and the pics – too bad we haven’t invented smell-i-web yet

  4. 5 jackiecat January 16, 2010 at 3:11 pm

    Heck with the smell-i-web. I want the taste-i-web!


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