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    Pickled Egg recipe


    I am on a mission to make a bunch of pickled eggs. So far I have only used Dill pickle juice and they turn out good but I'm always looking to improve. Wondering what you guys use and do you add onions , garlic , Hot sauce or anything else ?

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    Onions, garlic, jalapeno, couple habaneros, red bell, peppercorns and horseradish all go in mine. Dash of pickling spice, vinegar and some sugar and salt.

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    I use the same juice for eggs as I do for fish. After a week in the fridge you can use them for tennis balls, but real nummy.

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    Thanks for the recipe , I'll tinker with different ideas . Going to try some hot and spice ones this weekend. I found a shortcut. Seems if you throw hot eggs into cold juice they suck the flavor inside as they cool. After one batch of peeling shells I tried this egg maker that you crack the eggs first then it steams them . Dropped a few that were steaming hot into cold juice and by the time they cool off they are full of flavor. The ones I put in cold still taste like hard boiled eggs.

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    They say to push a toothpick into the hot egg the hole will suck the juice into it, does anybody know how to make pickled fish so it isn't so dry

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    Quote Originally Posted by AR-15 View Post
    They say to push a toothpick into the hot egg the hole will suck the juice into it, does anybody know how to make pickled fish so it isn't so dry

    I can see where that would work. I wonder if they remove the shells and reheat the egg or poke the hole through shell and drop in juice and peel the shell after it cools off ?

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    They shell them first

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    Pickled beet eggs are delish, pistachio and pickled eggs are a Canadian fav.

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