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Kool-Aid pickles are a popular treat in the Delta (northwestern Mississippi). Great for eating in the summer, Kool-Aid pickles are surprisingly sweet....
Pour the pickle juice in the pot. Make sure you have a pot large enough to hold all of the juice.
Pour the sugar and Kool-Aid into the pickle juice. Stir until all of the sugar and Kool-Aid is dissolved.
Cut the pickles in half lengthwise and put them back into the jar.
Carefully pour the mix back into the jar. If you use a new jar of pickles you will have more than enough juice to cover up the pickles. The pickles t...
Put the jar in your refrigerator. It will take about one week for the pickles to soak up the Kool-Aid. Be patient. Once my pickles are ready, I'll upd...
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