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Old 04-25-2005, 09:57 AM   #1
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pickeled egss and yet another ABT question

Hi all...haven't been around much due to work taking up much of my personal time...but anyway..

Im looking for a recipe for pickled eggs (with beats)..Anybody ???

Also, I saw where someone had made abt's by just topping them, then it looked like they put a slice of bacon down one side (inside), then the filling. It looked real cool with the pepper whole and the bacon coming out like a leaf. My concrn is would the bacon cook inside the pepper next to the cream cheese or would it stay soggy and soft leading people to believe it wasn't cooked all the way ?
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Old 04-25-2005, 12:55 PM   #2
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I've never seen that type of presentation, but it makes me think the bacon would definately be soft...I can eat it that way, lots of folks won't, but I like it crispy on abts....ya know the texture thing....a little cruncy, into the pepper, and the soft filling inside.....
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Old 04-25-2005, 01:21 PM   #3
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John, I used to have a pickled egg recipe in the sides forum, but I guess it's been deleted.

2-3 Dozen Hard Boiled eggs
1/2 Gal. White Vinegar
2-3 TBs Pickling Spices tied in cheese cloth
2-3 TBs Sugar, more if you want sweeter less tart eggs
1 Can Pickled Beets w/liquid
1 Jar Pearl Onions (optional)

Combine first 3 ingredients, bring to a slow boil. Turn off heat and stir until all the sugar has dissolved. Leave the bag of spices in the pot and let cool to room temperature.

Place the eggs, onions, and beets w/juice into a big pickle jar and pour the vinegar w/the spice bag into the jar making sure the eggs are covered. If you are short of liquid use more vinegar or a little water. Close the lid tightly and place in the fridge for at least a week, longer is better. The longer you wait the better the egg will take on the purple beet color. These will last a very long time in the refridgerator. You can actually leave them out on the counter, but I don't.
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Old 04-25-2005, 05:40 PM   #4
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thanks for the info, I can smell, I mean taste those eggs already..
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Old 05-01-2005, 05:26 PM   #5
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Well, I made up a batch per your recipe and took them to a canoe regatta I attended this weekend...they were excellent...Thanks again !
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Goat King has made and liked this recipe.


5-Star Pickled Eggs with Jalapenos, Habaneros and Tabasco

3 dozen hard-boiled eggs (peeled)
1 quart Heinz Distilled White Vinegar
1 onion (sliced)
1 tablespoon mustard seed
1 tablespoon dill seed
1 tablespoon red pepper seed
1 tablespoon black pepper or peppercorns
6 cloves of fresh garlic
1 jar (16 oz.) jalepeno peppers with juice
1 jar (16 oz.) habanero peppers with juice
10 dashes Tabasco sauce

1.Place all the ingredients except the hard-boiled eggs in a covered pot
and boil for 15 minutes.

2.Place the hard-boiled eggs in a glass jar and cover them with hot
pickling mixture until the eggs are completely covered. If there is not
enough vinegar, you may add some hot water to the vinegar solution.

3.Marinate the eggs in this solution, in the refrigerator, for 7
daysbefore serving. The longer they marinate, the more robust the
flavor!

Ultra-Violet's Pickled Egg Cookbook by Violet S. Clayton, Carl T.
Shepherd

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Aunt Belle's Sweet and Spicy Pickled Eggs with Beets

From: Ultra-Violet's Pickled Egg
Cookbook
by Violet S. Clayton, Carl T.
Shepherd
(Rexdale Publishing; December 2000; ISBN:
0967566746; Spiral-bound)
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2 dozen hard-boiled eggs (peeled)
1/4 cup Heinz Apple Cider Vinegar
2 (1 lb) cans whole or sliced beets
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup water
6 cinnamon sticks
24 whole cloves

1.Place the eggs and beets in a glass jar.
2.Combine all the other ingredients in a covered
saucepan and bring to
a boil. Reduce heat and simmer 2 to 3 minutes.
Pour hot pickling
mixture over the eggs and beets.
3.Seal and marinate in the refrigerator for one
week before serving.

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Sweet Ginger Eggs From: Ultra-Violet's Pickled Egg Cookbook
by Violet S. Clayton, Carl T.
Shepherd
(Rexdale Publishing; December 2000; ISBN:
0967566746; Spiral-bound)
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2 dozen hard-boiled eggs (peeled)
1 quart Heinz Distilled White Vinegar
1/2 cup granulated sugar
2 tablespoons ground ginger
2 tablespoons pickling spices
20 whole black peppercorns
3 small onions, sliced into rings
6 cloves of garlic
1 teaspoon dillweed

1.Arrange the eggs, dillweed and onion rings
attractively in a glass jar.
2.Combine all other ingredients in a covered
saucepan and bring to a
boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for an
additional five minutes.
3.Pour the hot pickling solution over the eggs,
dillweed and onion rings.
Make sure they are completely covered with the
solution. If additional
solution is needed, add a mixture of 50/50
vinegar/water.
4.Place in the refrigerator for one week before
serving.
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Betsy.at.TKL (09:48:26 AM) :

From: Emily Epstein
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 1994

Here are a couple of recipes I adapted from an Ortho book.
I've made them
on a couple of occasions, and they went over very well. Since
they're
canned, I'd say they'd keep for a good long time, unopened,
and with all
that vinegar, several weeks in the fridge. I made them about a
week before
serving, and I don't think I'd want them any newer than that.
Enjoy!

Emily Epstein

GARLIC PICKLED EGGS
(adapted from _All_About_Pickling_. San Francisco: Ortho,
1975. p.75)
24 eggs, hard boiled and peeled
1 T. dried tarragon (or 4 sprigs fresh)
24 cloves garlic, slivered
1.5 quarts cider vinegar
1 t. mustard seed
2 bay leaves
1 t. cardamon seed
2 t black peppercorns
2 t. salt

Pack the eggs in jars and divide tarragon and garlic evenly
among them.
Combine remaining ingredients in a pot and bring to a boil.
Simmer gently 15 min.
Strain hot vinegar over the eggs. Seal and process 10 min.

Makes 24 eggs (ca. 3 qts.)

This recipe uses 3 times as much garlic as the original called
for, but I've used more. It's hard to overdo the garlic in this one.
It also works well with
quail eggs, if you can stand peeling all those little things. The
eggs end up a soft beige on the outside, white and yellow
inside.

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SPICED PICKLED EGGS
(Adapted from _All_About_Pickling_. San Francisco: Ortho,
1975. p.75)

12 hard boiled eggs, peeled
3 c. white vinegar
1 T. minced ginger root
1 T. minced horseradish root
1 t. whole cloves
1 t. white peppercorns
1 t. salt
sliced radishes

Pack eggs and radishes in wide-mouthed sterilized jars.
Combine other ingredients, bring to a boil and simmer 10 min.
Pour boiling liquid over the
eggs, filling jar completely. Seal at once. Process 10 minutes.

Makes 12 eggs (ca. 1 1/2 qts.)

The radishes give the eggs a nice rosy exterior. They bleach
out completely, and taste quite nice once they're pickled.
Beets would give a stronger
color, but I haven't tried using them, and I'm not sure what
they'd do to the flavor.

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From: Debb,NS

PICKLED EGGS

8 eggs, boiled hard
1 1/2 cups vinegar
1 cup sugar
2 tsp salt
dash pepper

MIX all ingredients together in a large glass jar.
Shake well, let settle for a few min.
Add the peeled eggs that have been rinsed with water and
wiped with paper towel to dispose of any egg shell.
Put eggs in bottle.
Refrigerate and wait patiently for 1 week to 10 days before
serving.

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Try these. They're easy. He loves them and I even like them.
The recipe is from Philippe's in Los Angeles.

6 hard cooked eggs
3/4 Cup beet juice
1/2 C. dry red wine
3/4 C. vinegar
1 bay leaf
1/4 tsp. allspice
dash pepper
1 clove garlic, crushed

Combine and heat all ingredients except eggs.
Heal but do not boil. Pour hot liquid over eggs
Cool, then refrigerate.

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2:10 AM 3/3/98
rfr

There's really not much you can do to pickled eggs outside of the
standard recipe Mike. Here's two for you, one is the standard and
the other warms them up a wee bit.


MMMMM----- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.02

Title: Pickled Eggs
Categories: Cheese/eggs, Side dish, Dish, Appetizers, Pickles
Yield: 12 servings

12 Eggs
1 tb Salt
2 c White vinegar
1 c Cold water
1 tb Mixed whole spices (in bag)

Put eggs and salt in cold water and bring to the boil. Shut off heat;
let stand for five minutes. Drain. Place eggs in cold water and
peel, (keep the water running while peeling the eggs). Let eggs stand
until cold. Mix together the remaining ingredients. Let boil and
then cool. Make sure eggs and vinegar are cold before putting in
jars.
Leave 24 hours before eating pickled eggs.

MMMMM


Pickled Eggs for a Fishing Trip

1 (6-8 oz) jar jalapeno peppers
1 (6-8 oz)jar hot banana peppers
1 cup white distilled vinegar
12 hard boiled eggs
1 clove garlic
1 medium bay leaf
1 teaspoon mixed pickling spices
4 cup water

Combine ingredients, cover and refrigerate 3-4 days.

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2:10 AM 3/3/98
rfr

There's really not much you can do to pickled eggs outside of the
standard recipe Mike. Here's two for you, one is the standard and
the other warms them up a wee bit.


MMMMM----- Recipe via Meal-Master (tm) v8.02

Title: Pickled Eggs
Categories: Cheese/eggs, Side dish, Dish, Appetizers, Pickles
Yield: 12 servings

12 Eggs
1 tb Salt
2 c White vinegar
1 c Cold water
1 tb Mixed whole spices (in bag)

Put eggs and salt in cold water and bring to the boil. Shut off heat;
let stand for five minutes. Drain. Place eggs in cold water and
peel, (keep the water running while peeling the eggs). Let eggs stand
until cold. Mix together the remaining ingredients. Let boil and
then cool. Make sure eggs and vinegar are cold before putting in
jars.
Leave 24 hours before eating pickled eggs.

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Pickled Eggs for a Fishing Trip

1 (6-8 oz) jar jalapeno peppers
1 (6-8 oz)jar hot banana peppers
1 cup white distilled vinegar
12 hard boiled eggs
1 clove garlic
1 medium bay leaf
1 teaspoon mixed pickling spices
4 cup water

Combine ingredients, cover and refrigerate 3-4 days
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