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Pickled Eggs

I love Pickled Eggs. I love them just about any way they can be made.

I know that they're generally a simple thing to make, but I wonder if anyone has any KILLER recipes?
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I've been experimenting lately with a few recipes. Nothing really stands out though. I'm not sure what I'm looking for in terms of flavor, but I'm not getting the results I want..

I use hot cherry pepper liquid from the jar of pickled peppers (B&G brand) as the vinegar. I put in onion, fresh jalapeno, red beets, sugar, mustard seed. It's good, dont get me wrong, but i'm looking for something AMAZING. Hoping you guys have some good recipes. Nice thread OP. Perfect timing.

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My wife and I bought a 2 pack of eggs (36) from Wegmans last weekend, and forgot that we already had a full 2 pack in the basement fridge.

This prompted me to begin looking into it again.

I've put smoked sausage in before too...as well as Leeks/Ramps.
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Pickled Eggs Quebec, this is about the best recipe I've found.

12 Eggs, 12 Whole Cloves, 2 Slices of fresh Ginger Root, 1tsp. Black Peppercorns, 1Bay Leaf, 2 cups Distilled White Vinegar,1/2 cup water, 2 tsp. Salt

Hard boil the eggs set aside and let cool. In a cheese cloth, loosely wrap cloves, ginger root, black peppercorns and bay leaf. Place in a sauce pan with vinegar, water and salt. Bring to a boil and continue boiling for 10 minutes. Discard wrapped spices.

Peel eggs and place in sterile containers. Cover with hot vinegar mixture. Seal containers, chill in the refrigerator at least 3 days before serving.

"Note" I make 1/2 more pickling sauce so the eggs are well covered and and put them in quart canning jars.
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That'll do! though, I think I hafta add beets. Just something about a pickled egg that it has to be purple for me!

Thanks!
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Has anyone ever tried the Pickled Lamb Tongue's They sell them in a lot of Supermarkets, Great stuff also
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