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Pickled eggs

Discussion in 'Food Forum' started by Alchemy, Dec 26, 2005.

  1. Alchemy

    Alchemy Senior Member

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    I really like these from time to time, so I think that i'll make
    a batch up.

    It's been many years since I made these at home, so I would like
    a little advice.

    I believe that you soak the boiled eggs in dill pickle juice.

    So how long do you have to soak the eggs before their ready?
     
  2. Dandapani

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  3. lethal tupperwa

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    beet juice, sugar and vinegar.

    For fun I put hot cherry peppers in the blender and use instead of the beet juice.

    Put them in a glass jar and let sit in the refrigerator. The longer you wait the farther into the egg the flavor and color goes.

    Try the pepper thing if you like hot stuff.
     
  4. jetrecbn1

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    Anyone know how to pickle quail eggs (ala southern style)?
     
  5. antediluvianist

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    Anybody has eaten a Chinese "Century Egg"? Maybe those who have travelled in the Orient.

    Tastes kind of like sulfur. An acquired taste.
     
  6. lonewolf28152

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    I use water and white vinegar, more vinegar than water by far. My mother uses straight vinegar so they will pickle quicker and they are good if you like a strong vinegar taste. I add a little mixed pickling spice and a small dash of Texas Pete.
     
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    The Pontificator Angry Samoan

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  8. Dandapani

    Dandapani

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    Don't go there Pont, just don't go there! ;z ;a ;z
     
  9. ChuckUles

    ChuckUles Señor Member

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  10. mitchshrader

    mitchshrader Deceased

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    and the spices are to your taste. Hot is good, peppercorns are too. I like pickleing onions with the eggs, and using fresh 'banty' eggs from a farm.

    they're about halfway between quail and large chicken eggs in size, and kinda cute and bite-sized.

    I Put one jalepeno, 8 pepper corns, and about 12 boiled banty eggs in a bell jar (1 qt).. along with half a dozen ping pong ball sized boiling onions, (boiled along with the eggs, about 5 minutes) and cover with a HOT mixture of vinegar with a dash of salt, a teaspoon of sugar, a dash of tabasco and a couple squished garlic cloves.

    Let that sit in the fridge until you forgot it already then eat em with pork rinds and fried cabbage and red beans, and oh yeah, drink homebrewed beer with that.

    Uhm, this is Not A Good Diet before an intercontinental plane flight.

    you wuz warned.
     
  11. lethal tupperwa

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    sugar and vinegar.

    For fun I put hot cherry peppers in the blender and use instead of the beet juice.

    Put them in a glass jar and let sit in the refrigerator. The longer you wait the farther into the egg the flavor and color goes.

    Try the pepper thing if you like hot stuff.


    Try using Hot Cherry Peppers
     
  12. Neal

    Neal Millennium Member

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    I just looked it up too. I WON'T be have any of that, no matter how good it tastes. ;g
     
  13. Brenden

    Brenden Infidel

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    Linky will not open..

    But I believe I know the recipe..

    Says to drink with a Giltedge I believe!!:cool:

    This recipe is very easy to tweak and make "spicier" ;)

    Brenden