A variety of pickled foods
A variety of pickled foods

This is a list of pickled foods. Many various types of foods are pickled to preserve them and add flavor. Some of these foods also qualify as fermented foods.

Pickled foods

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Celery asazuke
Celery asazuke

B

Beni shōga

C

Chanh muối aging in glass containers
Chanh muối aging in glass containers
Curtido (at left)
Curtido (at left)

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E

Pickled eisbein, with sauerkraut
Pickled eisbein, with sauerkraut

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G

Giardiniera is an Italian or Italian-American relish of pickled vegetables in vinegar or oil.[5]

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K

Knieperkohl (center), with kassler (cured pork) and potato
Knieperkohl (center), with kassler (cured pork) and potato
Kimchi
  • Baek-kimchi – Kimchi made without the chili pepper powder
  • Dongchimi – Short-maturing Korean vegetable pickle
  • Kkakdugi – Variation of kimchi made from diced radish
  • Nabak-kimchi – Watery kimchi made of thinly sliced Korean radish and napa cabbage
  • Yeolmu-kimchi – Korean pickle of summer radish leaves

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M

Pickled mango

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O

A dish of silverskin pickled onions
A dish of silverskin pickled onions

P

Pickled lemons

R

Three relishes here accompany Nshima (top right), a cornmeal product in African cuisine
Three relishes here accompany Nshima (top right), a cornmeal product in African cuisine

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Suan cai

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Zha cai is pickled mustard plant stem that originated from Sichuan, China.
Zha cai is pickled mustard plant stem that originated from Sichuan, China.

Z

See also

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