Garnishing every plate at Porubsky's in Topeka, Kansas, are hot-hot pickles. They start as briney dills, then get doctored up as follows. Serve them with sandwiches, or as they do at Porubsky's, chopped up on top of chili!
Recipe Source: Porubsky's
Preparation Time: 3
Cook Time: 0
1 32-ounce jar kosher dill pickle halves (about four large pickles), with brine
1/2 cup prepared horseradish
1 teaspoon ground cayenne pepper
- Pour the brine from the pickle jar into a large bowl. Mix the horseradish and cayenne pepper into the brine.
Cut the pickles into large bite-size pieces and reimmerse them in the brine.
Cover and refrigerate several hours or overnight.