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Pickled Eggs

Pickled Eggs created by May I Have That Rec

These pickled eggs taste just like the eggs that general stores used to sell! Add 1 cup beet juice if you'd like pink pickled eggs.

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35mins
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  • Put the peeled hardboiled eggs in the large jar.
  • Boil the remaining ingredients together for 5 minutes.
  • Pour over the eggs in the jar.
  • Cover; leave on counter overnight.
  • Keeps in refrigerator for weeks, in theory.
  • In reality, if you love pickled eggs, these will disappear.
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"These pickled eggs taste just like the eggs that general stores used to sell! Add 1 cup beet juice if you'd like pink pickled eggs."
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  1. Ian B.
    Delicious! I throw some sliced habaneros in the brine before boiling and then eat the eggs with some of the onions and habeneros on top. yumm
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  2. Godagesil R.
    I've kept pickled eggs in the refrigerator for over two years without them going bad. They were in a quart mason jar covered with pickling brine. In fact I just had two that were that old. I was looking for a recipe that had a little more flavor. I think I'm going to use Bread and Butter pickle brine on my next batch.
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  3. Ben H.
    Is there a way I can do this without using eggs?
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  4. David
    What type vinegar do you use? I am asking because i used cider vinegar and my eggs turned brownish colored.
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  5. Donna J.
    Why does my eggs look a little grey when we take them out of the brine?
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