I didnt make the eggs but I did drink some beer, and you were right, it is excellent
Made these for my husband and he absolutly loved them. Said they were the BEST pickled eggs he's ever had. Thank you for sharing.
I loved these eggs! Try to let them sit for at least a week before eating them (tempting, I know) but they taste a lot better with time. I left out the cloves (didn't have any) and dumped the brine in hot so the jars would seal w/o any troubles.
These were exceptional in taste. I actually added about 1/2 c. of beet juice and chose sweet vidalia onions. They were not only beautiful in color but the onions added the perfect sweetness with the tangy spices. YUMMMM...this will be my recipe of choice for pickled eggs from now on, thanks againg for sharing!!!
These are fantastic. I usually only make pickled eggs with beets, but wanted to try something new. Me any my neighbor tried them with hot sauce, and a few beers last night and will need to make a new batch soon!
I must admit that I only chose this recipe to meet the preserves challenge of the ZWT II. I did not really expect that I would like pickled eggs...boy was I surprised when I took my first bite! Yum!! I think these would make a great finger food for a party. Just cut the eggs in 1/2 and add a little salt. I didn't want to make 12 eggs, so I adjusted the recipe down for 3 eggs...if you decide to do this, do not cut the recipe by so much, you won't have enough liquid to cover the eggs. I would make at least a 1/2 batch of the "marinade" for 6 or less eggs. Thanks for the great recipe. I will make again!
These were great! I also would probably never have tried this recipe but for the World Tour...lol...I was surprised that I actually loved them! Thanks for the recipe!!
Well I made these for my DH, as he loves pickled eggs, and he was not disappointed! He said they were delicious! Thanks for posting!
I took these to a BBQ over the weekend and they were a huge hit, especially with the men and kids! I made two dozen eggs and there was at least one egg on every plate. I had more than one person thank me for bringing them because the are a white trash delicacy here in Texas but something that isn't made very often, anymore. I remember when I was a kid- a jar of these sat on the counter of every sandwhich shop in Texas. We love to pickle everything in Texas.
My husband is German - loved these. Wouldn't change a thing.