Pickled Egg Recipe?

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  1. redneckbuck

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    I just had some more pullets start laying, so I have got the eggs. Anybody have a good pickled egg recipe? Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Cornmonkey

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    Large jar of pickled bolona eat it save juice, pour about 25% out put in eggs half can beet juice and i put 2 cups of vinegar, let sit in fridge for about 7 days. Well thats the way i do it. Well now i gota make some after thinking about it. I love them my family don't. ;D
     
  3. EAST KY ENCORE

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    I mix vinegar and sugar egual parts of each and add some beet juice and a few hot peppers....
     
  4. raktrakr

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    Well after much searching of the web and finding basically the same sweet,beet juice,complicated recipes, I finally mixed up the right combination to get that "pickled balogna juice" flavor. You can fool with the vinegar/water ratios all day long and you'll never get it. Its all in the amount of salt you use
    1 1/2 cups vinegar
    1 cup water
    1 tbls kosher/sea salt(iodized table salt may work im sure, but thats not what I used)
    Add this if you like:
    2 tsp cayenne pepper
    bring all ingredients just to a boil and pour over your peeled eggs,cap it,cool to room temp and refrigerate for a few days.
     
    Last edited: May 2, 2010
  5. philipfleek

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    In the fridge or just at room temp?
     
  6. jblack1

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    We always just eat the pickled bologna, then add boiled eggs to the pickle bologna juice and leave refrigerated for atleast 2 weeks then enjoy
     
  7. HUNTINGMAN

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    I love me some pickeled eggs andcrackers with some cold beer. I don't think the wife likes the after effects though.Nthis is the way I allways make them to.
     
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  8. raktrakr

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    Due to cholesterol I need to skip the balogna part and go straight for the eggs. One is bad enough but dont need both
     
  9. gatorgrowl

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    This Florida boy needs to know....where do you find Pickled Bologna ???????? Never had it, but I love bologna and I love pickled stuff....
    Thanks
    gatorgrowl
     
  10. raktrakr

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    Any where, at least around here. You wont find it in the refridgertated section, it'll be on the shelf. The rope comes in a big gallon or more jar, sandwich type balogna comes quartered up in a quart jar. Just as well to use the recipe I posted, quarter up a pack of balogna or hotdogs and stuff it in a quart jar,add your liquid and set in the fridge for a week or so......use the cayenne
     
  11. dirtstalker

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    I grew up eating pickled bologna and eggs, and thought everyone else did too. Until I worked in Virginia for about a year. Most there had never heard of it, and I never did find any in a store anywhere there. I started taking it with me, and folks loved it. So gatorgrowl, you might not be fortunate enough to find it in a store there, but not for sure. Just make some using one of these recipes.
     
  12. tyshe17

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    I looked in Kroger in Louisville for pickled bologna...no dice. Any recommendations? Also, I like to put peppers in the eggs. Give them some real heat! I've got chickens coming in a week so shouldnt be too long before I have some myself!
     
  13. philipfleek

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    I used this one last week. first time I ever made my own and they were great.
    Pretty cool texture on the egg the vinegar turned it a little rubbery.



    Well after much searching of the web and finding basically the same sweet,beet juice,complicated recipes, I finally mixed up the right combination to get that "pickled balogna juice" flavor. You can fool with the vinegar/water ratios all day long and you'll never get it. Its all in the amount of salt you use
    1 1/2 cups vinegar
    1 cup water
    1 tbls kosher/sea salt(iodized table salt may work im sure, but thats not what I used)
    Add this if you like:
    2 tsp cayenne pepper
    bring all ingredients just to a boil and pour over your peeled eggs,cap it,cool to room temp and refrigerate for a few days.
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2010
  14. Pickled eggs + PBR = Get out of the Mammals way..and get out of the way of the nuclear fallout
     
  15. ceg4uk

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    Reference "fart-proof blanket" post in Community Forum please. Haha.
     

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