Pickled Eggs / Califlower
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OK, sorry for the delay. I did rough measuring when constructing this recipe, but here is the conversion:
I boiled 5 dozen eggs and had enough brine to fill all (6) quarts. The kids did eat a few before they made it to the jars though!
Hot Pickled Eggs
- 6 cups white vinegar
- 2 cups water
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 10 whole cloves
- 2 cinammon sticks
- 3 teaspoons pickling spice
- 2 habanero peppers sliced
- 2 serrano peppers sliced
- 3 jalapeno peppers sliced
- 1 cup brown sugar
- 4 garlic cloves rough chop
- 1 white onion rough chop
Simmer all ingredients for 15-20 minutes. I layed the eggs and brine in each quart jar. I think i got 10 eggs per jar.
The beet eggs were basically the same recipe, less the pepper with a can of sliced beets.
I know the feeling, every recipe calls for hot water bath and the jalepenos come out like mush!!!
I usually just boil the brine and pour it over the peppers and don't give them a hot bath.I got that from a member on here,forget who.But you have to keep your jars in the fridge.Which isn't a big deal if you have the room.I was just wanting a different brine recipe.I have one that is pretty close to what I like but still not right.Think I am getting ready to make some pickled eggs as we speak>sorry no Qview My camera was needing a cable to connect it to the computer so I bought that...Now my camera doesn't work!It turns on then right back off!Looking for a new one.Anyone have a suggestions on a good camera for around $100?You all have a kickass weekend! Josh
I make smoked eggs the same way and they turn out great. I need to try them as smoked pickled eggs.