Pickled egg recipe?

fdhunt1
fdhunt1 Posts: 222 Member
I've asked this before - anybody have a good pickled egg recipe?

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  • CentaurusSoter
    CentaurusSoter Posts: 433 Member
    https://old.reddit.com/r/keto/comments/5owoxy/pickled_eggs/

    A few recipes are being shared in that thread.
  • kpk54
    kpk54 Posts: 4,474 Member
    There is a Pennsylvania Dutch Pickled Egg recipe on allrecipes.com that is basically how I make mine except I use artificial sweetener vs sugar. I guess you could leave the beets out but and just use the juice but I eat beets. They're not too high carb for me and i love pickled beets. I add cloves like the recipe but have not added a bay leaf.

    My Dad always had a big jar of homemade pickled eggs and beets for me everytime I came for the holidays or other visits. <3
  • nicsflyingcircus
    nicsflyingcircus Posts: 2,389 Member
    I just plop hardboiled eggs into a kosher dill jar with no pickles left, lol
  • teresamwhite
    teresamwhite Posts: 947 Member
    @nicsflyingcircus -that's what I do, too! I reuse the juice to pickle red onions, mini cucumbers, eggs, carrots, and fresh green beans, too.
  • shelbydodgeguy
    shelbydodgeguy Posts: 194 Member
    I reuse the juice to pickle red onions, mini cucumbers, eggs, carrots, and fresh green beans, too.

    It's also good for marinating chicken breasts.

  • CentaurusSoter
    CentaurusSoter Posts: 433 Member
    I reuse the juice to pickle red onions, mini cucumbers, eggs, carrots, and fresh green beans, too.

    It's also good for marinating chicken breasts.

    It's all a brine, or some offshoot of it.
  • IronGiant0
    IronGiant0 Posts: 48 Member
    edited December 2018
    Pickle juice is a great source of extra sodium. I just sip at it....