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Very pretty and very good, DD loves them! I didn't know what they were supposed to taste like, but I really liked them too. DH "says" he doesn't like pickled eggs, but he hasn't tried these yet! Definite keeper, thank-you.

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Teresa M May 06, 2002

Had an over abundance of eggs from our hens. This hit the spot. Easy to make, tasty, nice color. Thanks!

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wyldflower March 22, 2008

Thank you for an easy pickled egg recipe that DH and I both enjoy.

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Chef Patience October 09, 2005

Wonderful eggs. My wife and sister-in-law have decided this is our "keeper" recipe. They are sweet, attractive, and very tasty. When hunting for a pickled egg recipe, I was looking for something with a little more kick to them, and I think I'll experiment with this recipe to see if I can get exactly the taste I want (maybe some extra vinegar plus some peppercorns). In the meantime, however, these pickled eggs will be our standard! In fact, I'm making them for the third time right now...

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rbuzan August 17, 2005

Wonderful!!If this isn't your family's recipe, you can tweak it a bit, and it will be. Thank you, Thank you!

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Deely August 03, 2005

This was the master recipe I used to make my purple pickled eggs this easter. I was looking for something that was like my Grandmother used to make and this seemed close. The only thing I did different was to add cracked peppercorns and a little sugar. These turned out perfect! Thank you for helping me recreate a family favorite! :)

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Little Bee March 27, 2005

My family has made pickled eggs for generations, literally. This sounds pretty good, but we don't use sugar, use white vinegar & pickle the beets, & fresh onion slices with the eggs. We have them every major holiday. They're a huge hit.

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Miz Rose February 15, 2005

Love em! And they look great on a relish tray.

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Cookiegirlandi December 11, 2004

Made these 5 days ago, served them as a salad last night. Alternated egg slices with beet slices, served them on a bed of mixed baby greens from the garden, drizzled with italian salad dressing.Made a real pretty presentation. I added 2 tablespoons of pickling spice tied in a cheese cloth bag, also cut the sugar back to 1/3 cup sugar. Everyone enjoyed the salad, except one and we never listen to him anyway!!!

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mickie49 July 25, 2004

This is a must at most picnics here in PA Dutch country, but I've never attempted to make them, since someone else always does. Well, I tried this recipe for cookout, Memorial Day week-end and they were a big hit! I made them Friday evening, since Lennie states they are better after a couple of days. I served them on Sunday to a happy Mom, Sis and Niece. Thanks Lennie! These were pretty and every bit as good, if not better than others I've tasted!

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keen5 June 02, 2004
Dale's Red Pickled Eggs