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Purple and Gold Pickled Eggs for Taigaiting




The recipe is simple, combining hard-boiled eggs with a quick pickling mixture that you can refrigerate overnight before eating, or longer if desired.

Ingredients
6 hard-boiled eggs, shelled
3/4 cup juice drained from canned or cooked beets
1/2 cup dry red wine
3/4 cup vinegar
1 bay leaf
1/4 tsp allspice
3/4 tsp salt
dash black pepper
1 clove garlic, crushed

1. Place eggs in quart jar. Combine beet juice, wine, vinegar, bay leaf, allspice, salt, pepper and garlic in saucepan. Heat but do not allow to boil. Pour hot liquid over eggs. Cool, then cover and refrigerate overnight or longer, if desired.

Makes 6 eggs.



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pooponsaban
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re: Purple and Gold Pickled Eggs for Taigaiting


quote:

Ingredients
6 hard-boiled eggs


quote:

Makes 6 eggs


Well I'll be.






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Lester Earl
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re: Purple and Gold Pickled Eggs for Taigaiting


Wouldn't it make 12 since they are halved?





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Degas
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re: Purple and Gold Pickled Eggs for Taigaiting


Right. Sort of like chicken wings when they cut them in half. A dozen wings is actually only six.

I think Yogi Berra once said to have his pizza cut into more pieces because he was really hungry.



Those eggs would make awesome deviled eggs.






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re: Purple and Gold Pickled Eggs for Taigaiting


Purple and Gold potato salad





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hobotiger
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re: Purple and Gold Pickled Eggs for Taigaiting


I was thinking the same thing about the deviled eggs.

Had some great deviled eggs Monday night, very spicy yolk mixture topped with smoke pork belly






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