Pickled Eggs with Beets
Total TimePrep: 10 min. + chilling
Im from PA and these are very popular. Only thing I do differently is I pour in the juice from both cans of beets. I also add my eggs first then pour over and make sure they are covered and submerged entirely
ladough...if you use the pickled beets, do you still need to add the 1 cup sugar? Do you use cider or white vinegar?
These are so much better if you use pickled beets, or use pickling spices to pickle your beets before you add the eggs. They have a tremendous amount of flavor if you use pickled beets and not just vinegar.
I have home canned beets w/sugar, so I eliminate the sugar. Love these. I was gonna have them for Easter Dinner. But now I have to stay home, ration my eggs
Love these! My great grandmother and my grandmother made these all the time when I was little. They also owned different kinds of stores an always made for customers. The only thing they ever done different was they would add jalapeños. I’m from Tennessee and my husband is from Florida he had never tried them til I made them my kids love them also but they like them better when I do them in just pickle juice
Dovecanyon, if you just crack the eggshell ( but don't peel) it'll give the whites a marbled look! Might not be what your asking, but I thought someone might enjoy the info!??
I make these , loved my mother making them. A little change , I use white vinegar and sliced beets. I have made deviled eggs with them :)
Dovecanyon. Don’t cut prior to soaking in juice. Let eggs soak in juice for three days, then cut! They’ll be pink clear through with the yellow remaining yellow. Make deviled eggs as you normally would after three days.
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I loved these pickled eggs, but I have a question- I would like to use the pickled eggs for deviled eggs, so could I go ahead and cut the whites in half and remove the yolk before putting them in the jar with the beets/juice? I can't imagine that it would affect the desired outcome and would make the cut side pink all over. I'm afraid to try it for our family Easter dinner without some input from all you great cooks out there! Thanks