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How Do You Pickle Eggs?

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Pickling eggs is done by first hard boiling an egg with its shell. Vinegar and water are boiled together with spices, the resulting liquid is reduced and cooled and then poured over the hard-boiled eggs. The eggs will be placed in an airtight jar with a lid and then stored in the refrigerator.
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How to Pickle Eggs
A poor man's delicacy, pickled eggs have been enjoyed for many years. Most enjoy eating them while downing a cold beer or two to enhance the occasion. They are a refreshing departure from the standard appetizer or pretzels.... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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Pickled eggs are one of my favorite treats! You make them by boiling the eggs, removing the shell, and letting them sit in a vinegar and salt solution. It is best to allow the eggs
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1. Make as many hard-boiled eggs as you wish to pickle. Ideally, the eggs you select to use should be fairly fresh but not still warm from the chicken - three to four days old is
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1 Inspect the eggs for nicks and cracks in the shells. Discard any eggs with openings in their shells. Ad 2 Soak the eggs for several minutes in a pot of warm water. 3 Clean the quail
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It is a hard boiled egg that has had the shell peeled off put into some vinigar and left to pickle! yummy hey! :P.
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