Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Dill Pickle Juice Brined Pickled Eggs

The approach of Easter calls for a new pickled egg recipe to help use up all of those dyed eggs! I was about half way through my first cup of coffee when I had the thought... I wonder if I can simply drop a hard boiled egg into a jar of pickle brine? Now, I don't know why I was thinking about Dill Pickle Juice Brined Pickled Eggs at 5:30 in the morning, but I guess fodder doesn't have an internal time clock:@) These eggs are great as is for a snack, but they really shine in egg salad (or potato salad... or macaroni salad...). The outside color will depend on the pickle brine you use, but expect them to be anywhere from yellow to a green-ish hue. And they get darker the longer they marinate in the brine, these eggs are after nine days.

The pickle brine I used this time:

Dill Pickle Juice Brined Pickled Eggs
Too easy folks...
Simply drop hard boiled, peeled, eggs into a jar of pickle juice and store in the fridge for at least 2 days, a week is better. Eat within a couple weeks.

So save that pickle juice and have a happy day:@)

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6 comments:

  1. My kids went through a time of devouring these!

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  2. I never tasted pickled eggs before and they sound interesting to try out.

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  3. You are the deviled egg queen! Bill would eat any and all of your creations!!! These are sure fun :)

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  4. This sounds delicious...and a great way to have them on hand in the summer! I will have to try this for sure. We always have pickle brine around here. Hugs, Sandi

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  5. You’re so clever, Lynn! I have some jalapeño juice in my fridge right now that I save for Cissy. She likes it on popcorn of all things! I’m thinking Mike would love jalapeño brined eggs.

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