PURPLE PICKLED EGGS

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Laurie Lott Recipe
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Well Seasoned
South Williamsport, PA (pop. 6,379)
TendHerHart
Member Since Jan 2010
Laurie's notes for this recipe:
I have been eating these purple pickled eggs my whole life. They are tangy yet sweet. Definitely an, EGG-STROARDINARY treat!!!
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Directions

1
Hard boil eggs and peel. Place eggs in a deep container such as a gallon jar (I use a gallon glass jar with a wide mouth opening and lid).
2
Carefully open cans of beets and pour beet juice in a separate bowl. Drop beets on top of peeled eggs in jar/container.
3
Measure the beet juice from the 3 cans of beets and carefully pour juice into a good size sauce pan.
4
To the beet juice, add equal parts white sugar and white vinegar (ie...2c beet juice, 2c sugar, 2c white vinegar ((do not use apple cider vinegar, it changes the flavor completely))
5
Heat beet juice, sugar, and vinegar until it almost is ready to boil, stirring occassionally to insure sugar disolves.
6
Remove juice mixture when ready to boil and carefull pour hot mixture over beets and eggs.
7
Do not stir until mixture is totally cooled down. This allows weight of beets to hold eggs down and keeps them immersed in the hot beet juice mixture.
8
I let my eggs set overnight before I stir them. You do not need to refrigerate these eggs because the vinegar pickles them. They will keep for 2 weeks.
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I make my purple pickled eggs 3 days before I will need them to ensure a good pickling and a deep purple color. The longer they pickle, the better they are!
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EXTRA TIP: these eggs make a great sandwich with some mayonaise, salt and pepper
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REMEMBER: Always use equal parts of beet juice, white sugar, and white vinegar.
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user Nancy R Robeyone - Jun 3, 2010
Laurie, how do you know they won't last longer if refrigerated? By the way they are great and i use them in A salad every night. I love pickled beets and often eat the with cottage cheese and lots of black pepper.
user Laurie Lott TendHerHart - Jun 3, 2010
Hi Nancy,
I think you misread what I wrote. I stated that I do not refrigerate mine because the vinegar pickles them and there is not a need to refrigerate them. By all means, if you like your eggs refrigerated, then chill away!! I hope you enjoy these. Talk to you again and take care.
Laurie
user Debby DeRousse cakesbydebby - Jul 29, 2010
We love, love, love these pickled eggs. I have tried pickled eggs before but these are the best! thanks for posting!
user Laurie Lott TendHerHart - Jul 29, 2010
Thanks for trying the recipe!!! They are, EGGCEPTIONAL!!!! lol
user Debby DeRousse cakesbydebby - Jul 29, 2010
Yes, they are!

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