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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.
Had an over abundance of eggs from our hens. This hit the spot. Easy to make, tasty, nice color. Thanks!
Thank you for an easy pickled egg recipe that DH and I both enjoy.
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...
Wonderful!!If this isn't your family's recipe, you can tweak it a bit, and it will be. Thank you, Thank you!
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! :)
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.
Love em! And they look great on a relish tray.
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!!!
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!