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Pickled Eggs

October 1, 2012   
Pickled eggs are a popular hors d'Ĺ“uvres or garnishment that can be found in a variety of different settings: from a local bar to an upscale pub. Pickled eggs are typically cured in a clear glass jar (similar to a Ball jar) in a brine solution. The process of pickling eggs isn't a difficult one, and can be done at home if proper care is taken and all the directions are heeded properly (if not, the results could result in food poisoning). The process of preserving foods is a common practice, and Read more [...]

Mustard Pickled Eggs

October 1, 2012   
Pickled eggs are known all over bars, and restaurants as a easy to make snack that can be long lasting and a hit with the public. To have this long lasting snack in your home, follow these simple steps to create some. There are hundreds of recipes for the pickled egg, from a traditional, to a cajun. The one we are going to focus on creating is called the Mustard Pickled egg. Just as delicious as any other kind, with a nice mustard kick; but not so spicy that it will make your eyes water like the Read more [...]

How to Make Pickled Eggs

October 1, 2012   
There are many recipes out there for pickled eggs. They are a delicious and fun treat that can be easily made. The kind of recipe you want to choose depends on your liking. There are various recipes ranging from the spicy, to the sweet, to the just more vinegary pickled flavor. Many have a personal liking is a spicy and sweet mixture as well. To get a nice spicy flavor, you need to add some kind of hot sauce, or fresh hot peppers to your brine. For the more sweet side, try adding some sugar, or brown Read more [...]

Homemade pickled eggs

October 1, 2012   
In order to make homemade pickled eggs you are going to need some eggs that have been hard boiled. You will also need to make your brine. For this you will need water, vinegar, spices, salt, and other flavorings that you wish to add to the brine. Some examples of some seasonings you may want to try are oregano, cumin, and mustard seed. Some people use jalapenos or other peppers to add spice. Garlic cloves and onions are always a great addition. Also, you might want to dilute the vinegar with a bit Read more [...]

Pickled Deviled Eggs

September 28, 2012   
Among all the kinds of pickled eggs that can be made, one of the most interesting and of course delicious types is the pickled deviled egg. With a pinky red exterior from the beets in the recipe, they appear to look strange but pack a punch of flavor on their own, but when transformed into a deviled egg they become the perfect snack for a party or event. You only need 25 minutes to create them, but make sure if you are planning a party, create the pickled eggs a few days in advance to give them time Read more [...]

Pickled Eggs and Beets

September 28, 2012   
For a new take on some Pickled eggs and beets, try out this quick recipe. Everyone loves a good pickled egg, but who wants to wait days, or even weeks as some recipes require? Theres a lot of forethought that goes into pickled eggs, but now this recipe can have pickled eggs and beats ready for you to eat in 5 hours or less. This recipe is easy, simple and serves 8 people. Follow these instructions and make some for you and your whole family to enjoy. First, you will need to pick out your proper Read more [...]

Pickled Eggs Recipe

September 28, 2012   
There are numerous ways one can eat an egg. An egg can be scrambled, fired, hard boiled, deviled, or even picked! What was that last one, picked? While it sounds strange, picked eggs are not incredibly difficult to prepare and they are delicious. Picked eggs are prepared by soaking hard cooked eggs in beat juice, so the egg whites turn purple. It's really quite the sight! The ingredients required for this picked eggs recipe are one beat, one cup of beat juice, one cup of vinegar cider, a third of Read more [...]

Pickled Quail Eggs

September 28, 2012   
Pickled quail eggs are very popular in American and Western European bars as a finger food and appetizer. Quail eggs regardless of form are desired worldwide for their nutritional qualities. While the quail egg is only about one-fifth the size of a chicken egg, it provides 3 to 4 times the beneficial nutrients. There are just many recipes for pickled quail eggs as there are people who love them. But I'm going to share with you a common recipe used by many people the world over. No matter how you Read more [...]

Recipe for Pickled Eggs

September 28, 2012   
There are many varieties and differences to making pickled eggs, so technically, there is no accepted recipe for pickled eggs, but there is generally a basic and more traditional formula and in this article, that is the prescribed recipe for pickled eggs described in detail. You will need at least 30 minutes to make pickled eggs, I5 minutes to cook and 15 minutes to prepare. Items for the relatively simple recipe include, A dozen of extra-large eggs, One and half cup of water, One clove of crushed Read more [...]

Spicy Pickled Eggs

September 28, 2012   
Spicy pickled eggs, you've seen them around before, seen them on the shelves at the store, or sitting on your friends counter. But what are they and what are they made of? Most types of spicy pickled eggs do not have much in terms of nutrition. They are not especially healthy or extremely unhealthy. Yet, if you know how to make them well, they can be very delicious and pretty light. Spicy pickled eggs are pretty simple actually, though a little time consuming. First, just get some hard-boiled eggs, Read more [...]