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Old 06-15-2008, 02:00 PM   #1
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Default Spicy pickled eggs...Looking for recipe

I had the BEST pickled eggs yesterday at a bar in Wayne WI while out on the bike and know I have the bug to make some.

I couldn't get the recipe out of them and all I know is that the brine looked like muddy water and they at least used onions, olives and jalapeņos...could they have used the olive brine too??? Could they have darkened the brine by using some balsamic vinegar?

I wish I would have grabbed a few to go so I could try to distinguish the tastes....

Anyway I would love to hear some of your recipes that you have actually tried and not ones just found on the net.

Thanks for any assistance


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Old 06-15-2008, 02:26 PM   #2
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Take a look here. I never tried them but it sounds like they were pretty good!


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Old 06-15-2008, 02:30 PM   #3
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The easiest recipe (and the one I like best) is 18 eggs swimming in a brine of one jar or hot gardenia mix and one jar of sliced jalepenos (banana pepper rings optional). Top off the jug with a 3:1 water/vinegar brine and let condition for about 4 days. This is as close as I could come to the eggs I fell in love with when I was in college.
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Old 06-15-2008, 07:39 PM   #4
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My favorite pickled egg recipe is really easy. Fill a big jar with Mexican pickled Jalapeno peppers and liquid from the can, roasted whole peeled garlic, dry oregano and a bunch of hard boiled eggs. The garlic pickles as well and makes a great combo. Takes about two weeks. Total gas bomb!
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I don't have a recipe my buddy gave me on me (at work) but ill try to remember to post up the recipe when i get home for ya. From what i can remember, cant remember it all, it had Onion, garlic, dried mustard, horse radish, jalapeņos, eggs, vinegar, and pickling spice. Like i said i cant remember it all but ill try to post it up for you guys. Does look a lot like muddy water too. LOL

it might have cayenne pepper as well, either way its SOOOOOO good.
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Old 06-17-2008, 07:59 PM   #6
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How bout scottish eggs? I'd love a recipe for those as well.
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sorry guys, i was totally slammed last night, ill try to grab the goods tonight. In the middle of buying my first house. times are CRAZY right now. LOL
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sorry guys, i was totally slammed last night, ill try to grab the goods tonight. In the middle of buying my first house. times are CRAZY right now. LOL
Thanks, that recipe sounds very interesting.
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OK im a looser i know LOL i am writing myself a note now. I had to sign today on my house, as well as be at a 6 hour long meeting for my job. Yuck.....i haven't packed my recipe book yet, so i promise im going to write it up for you guys. Sorry again
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OK so i am totally redeeming my loserness and posting my pickled eggs recipe for you ladies and gents.

Here goes

1Qt apple cider vinegar
1/2 Qt. water
4 Tbsp Salt
4 Tbsp Pickling spice
5 Tbsp Sugar
1 can jalapeņos ( i usually go to the ethnic isle and get the jalapeņos and carrots can more = more spicy) and they are usually cheaper for the large can
2 Tsp Worcestershire
3 Tbsp horseradish (i typically get beaver creamy)
4 Tbsp Dry Mustard
3 Tbsp Peppercorns
1 Tbsp Cayenne

Simmer above ingredients above for ~5 Min.

Pour Over :
24 hard boiled eggs
2 sliced onions
1 bulb Garlic (or more )

let the eggs sit in the mixture for ~ a week or so. Then enjoy

let me know how you guys like them, all ingredients are adjustable obviously you can get it as spicy as you like Oh yea the garlic for some reason turns blue after a while, im not sure why, but i don't think its a big deal.



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