Pickled egg recipe

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  1. weatherby

    weatherby Moderator Moderator

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    Anybody got a good one they would like to share?
     
  2. Longtom

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    I can't claim this as my own but it is a good recipe..........From "Claudia Sanders Cookbook (1979)"

    Claudia had a "famous" husband any guesses?

    12 to 16 eggs
    2 cups cider vinegar
    2 tablespoons granulated sugar
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon mixed pickling spices
    1 medium sized onion (sliced)
    1 garlic clove

    1. Hard cook eggs. Set aside while preparing pickling mixture.
    2. Mix vinegar, sugar, salt, and pickling spice.
    3. Put in sliced onion and garlic clove.
    4. Bring mixture to a boil; then simmer for 8 minutes.
    5. Remove eggs from shell and pack in quart jars while hot.
    6. Pour hot vinegar mixture over eggs.
    7. Cover. Refrigerate and let stand for 2 days before serving.

    These are best served icy cold.

    Enjoy!!!!!!:tu
     
  3. GO REBS

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    I always add some fresh halved jalapeno pepperes, whole banana peppers, and some chunks of smoked sausage in mine!!!!

    Use the one listed above and add these ingredients to a 2 gallon container and let thim sit for at least 5 days!!!!

    Get you an egg, a piece of pepper, and a chunk of sausage!!! Oh yea and some cold BEERS to wash em down with!!!!

    When you open it up make sure you are outside!!!! I took some to the lakehouse this past summer and opened them inside the house. BIG MISTAKE!!!! Smelled like a sulpher FART for bout and hour!!! Me and my buddy thought it was funny but our wives didnt!!!!

    GO REBS
     
  4. joel zadvorney

    joel zadvorney Senior Refuge Member

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    I used to eat the crap out of those things when I was younger. I haven't had one in years and because of this post I'm giong to change that as soon as I get out of work. eeeemmmmmmm....sulpher farts. My wife is going to shoot me.

    Joel
     
  5. PJB3

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    Here is a great one and very simple.

    2 doz hard boiled eggs in gallon jar
    2 cans of beets
    2 beet cans of vinegar
    top off with water and stir
    let sit in frig for 3 days and stirring every day

    eat um up:tu
     
  6. 10Boy

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    If you like them hot, mine is simple and fast:

    2 dozen hardboiled eggs
    1 cup vinegar
    1 cup (yes cup) Tabasco
    1 jar of sliced jalapenos juice and all

    Place in big glass jar (I use a bulk sized mayo jar)
    top off with tap water

    Let sit in fridge for a few days, give them a good shake every so often.

    :tu
     
  7. Schemy

    Schemy Senior Refuge Member

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    How good are these really? I just have never tried them, but they seem to me like they would be gross.
     
  8. weatherby

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    Thanks guys. These should be just the ticket for goose camp :tu
     
  9. 10Boy

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    They are an acquired taste. Our crew can kill a jar on weekend hunt!
     
  10. wscato

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    My Brother-In-Law makes some good ones. I'll get him to post the recipe.
     

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