I have now smoked about 3 dozen egg's. I just love the color nice and brown.
Here they are peeled still have a nice tan color.
Now they must swim for about a week.
Enjoy the Qview and I hope I picked the right area. Seemed logical to me!!!
JamminJimi Hey man here is a recipe i use to pickle eggs and if you like red wine vinegar the red wine vinegar really soaks into the white of the egg and makes them look like burgandy colored easter eggs. that is wild that you can just put a raw egg on the smoker and no screamin chickens were heard later. Hehehehehehehe
here is my jar pckled egg recipe.
place as many eggs as you wish to pickle and do the boiling process and remove shells of course and place eggs in pickling jar and add water to cover 1 to 2 inches above eggs. remove eggs. measure water from jar in order to replace same amount with mixture of 3/4 red wine vinegar and 1/4 water. place vinegar mixture in saucepan. for each qt of vinegar mixture add one dried red pepper, 1 clove of garlic, 4 peppercorns, 2whole cloves, and 1 inch piece of gingerroot, quartered. bring to boil, reduce heat simmer 5 minutes and let cool to room temperature.
place eggs into pickling jar i use a one gallon glass jug. pour vinegar mixture over eggs cover tightly, let stand at least one week. open every day during first week to let fumes escape. after a week or so the odor will disappear. enjoy! the whites turn a nice burgandy color from the red wine vinegar and they are awesome!