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#7265824 - 01/04/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: bucktail]
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Just stick it in the brine, but garlic would not be a bad thing.
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#7266177 - 01/04/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: bucktail]
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Originally Posted By: bucktail
Did you just put yours into the jalapeno brine, or did you add anything?


Just the brine, handful of jalapenos and two cloves of garlic. Not too spicy. Just right.


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#7266262 - 01/04/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: deflave]
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Originally Posted By: deflave


I love horseradish. I could snort it.


Travis


YIKES!
I love the stuff too but just reading that made me wince. shocked
Made me laugh too though, so all's well that ends well. smile
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#7266401 - 01/04/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: deflave]
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After a few helpings of HR, my nose feels like I did snort something.
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#7280334 - 01/07/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: sse]
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Now for the wait...



Edited by sse (01/07/13)
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#7281628 - 01/07/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: jpb]
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Originally Posted By: jpb
I normally only read the food section and do not post recipes because, compared to the real cooks here, I have precious little to contribute and very much to learn! smile

However, I made some pickled eggs 2 weeks ago, and just had a couple of them. They were good -- and different (at least to me) because it had cinnamon and a chili pepper in it.

I thought I'd post the recipe as I found it on the net.

I hope that others will follow it up with their own favorite recipe.

British pub pickled eggs

Ingredients

12 hard-boiled eggs (see our section on how to boil an egg)
4 cups of malt vinegar
1 finely chopped chilli pepper
10 black peppercorns
10 whole cloves
3 cinnamon sticks
2 tsp of allspice

Method

Peel the hard-boiled eggs, allow them to cool and then place them in a large clean jar.
Heat the vinegar and the spices in a saucepan until the liquid begins to boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for 10 minutes.
Remove from the heat and allow to cool to about room temperature.
Strain the liquid and pour over the eggs covering them completely.
Seal the jar tightly with the lid and store in a cool and dark place for a minimum of two weeks before consuming.


John



This recipe makes great pickled eggs. Thanks! grin

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#7284783 - 01/08/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: TNrifleman]
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Originally Posted By: TNrifleman
This recipe makes great pickled eggs. Thanks! grin

I wish I could take credit for more than just finding the recipe on the net!

Anyway, glad that you liked it - when I saw the recipe had malt vinegar, cinnamon and chili, I was so curious that I had to try it!

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#7295210 - 01/10/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: atvalaska]
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it did not work out...it made tennis balls out of them ....shells and all!!!
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#7308396 - 01/13/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: atvalaska]
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It won't be 2 weeks until Wednesday, but I tried some anyway (jalepeno brine with onion ane garlic) Good, but not much heat. They're pretty good with chipotle tabasco sauce. The onion slices don't add any flavor to the eggs, but the pickled onion is pretty good.

Can the brine be reused? It takes me months to empty a half gallon of pickled jalapenos.

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#7501137 - 03/01/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: bucktail]
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The reused brine wasn't very good. I'll probably search for a recipe for pickling jalapeno's, add an onion and some chipotles, and see how it works.

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#7501275 - 03/02/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: bucktail]
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i kinda liked the jalapeno juice eggs, but like you say it is only good for one batch of eggs.

if you want some heat, add a whole habenaro or two to the eggs
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#7504354 - 03/02/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: toad]
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Originally Posted By: toad
i kinda liked the jalapeno juice eggs, but like you say it is only good for one batch of eggs.

if you want some heat, add a whole habenaro or two to the eggs


Habs will do it. +1
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#7507315 - 03/03/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: calikooknic]
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As mentioned, I'm gonna try this soon adding a hunk of fresh horseradish...
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#8291525 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: sse]
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Do any of you can the eggs when you're done?

I did a couple big jars a month or so back and they were awesome. I just did another 36, but I have read you can get botulism or some schit?


Travis

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#8292178 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: deflave]
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Can't know about canning eggs but don't think I'd try it since you never see them in the grocery store.

Pickled eggs are best done the simple way, boiled eggs dropped in vinegar and left to "season" for about 2-3 weeks.

Pickled eggs and beer..........is there a better combination? lol
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#8292185 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: AkMtnHntr]
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They do sell them in the grocery store...



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#8292266 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: deflave]
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There might be as many ways to pickle eggs, as there are eggs.
Cider vinegar, cloves, garlic, onion, brown sugar, salt, hot, and black pepper, are some things I use.
Different ways for different taste.
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#8292286 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: wabigoon]
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I made 36 on Sunday. Real basic 'tavern style'.

White vinegar, peppercorns, pickling spice, crushed red pepper and sea salt. Got the recipe off YouTube.

Now to wait a week....

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#8292314 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: Ghostinthemachine]
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#8292373 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: deflave]
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Originally Posted By: deflave
They do sell them in the grocery store...



Travis


I've seen pickled eggs in the grocery store, they come in a 2 pack in a sealed plastic bag still in the brine.

Are you saying they sell canned pickled eggs in the grocery store?
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#8292431 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: AkMtnHntr]
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Yeah. They sell them here anyway. They come in a plastic jar. Like pickles.



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#8292994 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: deflave]
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Them are bull balls, not eggs.

Just sayin.
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#8293012 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: ironbender]
deflave Offline
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Originally Posted By: ironbender
Them are bull balls, not eggs.

Just sayin.


I love those too.



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#8293028 - 11/26/13 Re: Pickled eggs: Post your recipes! [Re: deflave]
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figures.
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