Yes, fermented recipes! You might be wondering why we have done a roundup of fermented foods you can make at home. Well, there are two reasons. One is that these recipes sound delicious. The second is that fermented foods are good for you!
Fermented recipes such as these are filled with probiotics so by eating them, you are increasing your immune function and the health of your digestive system in particular. We have quite a few options here for you to try so have fun while adding important nutrients!
Fermented Recipes You Can Make at Home
If you’re a fan of Korean food, you’ve likely had Kimchi before. Now you can make this cucumber version yourself!
Fermentation not only adds a yummy distinctive flavor, it also helps preserve foods like these lemons so they last longer!
A quick pickling recipe is great to have on hand to make simple side dishes, garnishes, and condiments to perk up your meals. Try this one on a sandwich, burger, or pulled pork.
Make your own Kefir soda at home! It’s easy to do and oh so tasty!
Grab those green tomatoes off the vine and preserve them with this scrumptious fermentation technique.
We’re picturing this served with pork roast, sausages, ham, and on sandwiches. Hmmm, how about adding a spoonful to potato salad? Yum!
Add these carrots to a relish tray to add color and flavor.
Have you tried Kombucha yet? This strawberry lemonade version certainly sounds refreshing.
We are huge pineapple fans over here so this is probably the first recipe we’re going to make from this list. Pickled pineapple sounds delightful!
Make your own apple cider vinegar at home! You can even make this using your apple scraps. Low food waste for the win!
Give regular sauerkraut a boost with some turmeric. A small-batch recipe that takes only 10 minutes to prepare. Wouldn’t this be a fantastic variation for a Reuben sandwich?
Kick your salsa up a notch with this fermented version.
Little Farmhouse on the Mountain says this tastes just like apple pie. YUMMY! What would you use it on? We are thinking it would be good in yogurt, over ice cream, in oatmeal, over pound cake – so many ideas!
Once fermented, these chiles aren’t hot at all, but they are still packed with flavor!
A delicious-sounding side dish or vegetarian main dish we have got to try! It sounds like it would have a bit of a kick to it that would really wake up our tastebuds.
Don’t they all sound scrumptious? Which one will you try first?