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pickled eggs with andouille sausage

post #1 of 7
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Well I finished the andouillie and now some of its in the pickle jar with with the eggs. Cant wait to see how they turn out. Thanks for the recipe big-guy.........

Pickled eggs

 

2 cups vinegar

2 cups water

2 Tbs. salt

3 Tbs. sugar

3 tbs. crushed chili  peppers

1 ½ tsp. pickling spice

1 jar pickled Pepperoncini peppers and liquid

½ large onions coarse chopped

3 cloves garlic peeled

3 links Andouile sausage cut into chunks

2 ½ doz. Hard boiled eggs

 

Pack in layers in a big jar top up with liquid, let rest 1-2 weeks if you can 

 

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post #2 of 7

They look dangerously good, the hard part is letting them rest for a week or so. LOL

post #3 of 7
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Originally Posted by Big-Guy View Post

They look dangerously good, the hard part is letting them rest for a week or so. LOL



 stop tempting me............................................

post #4 of 7

Those eggs look pretty good but the wife cant have any more pickled eggs in this house. The last ones sat on the counter for I think a year or so and then she knocked it off right in the livingroom floor and it took about 3 weeks to get that smell out of our new wood flooring.

post #5 of 7
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Broke into the jar about 15 min ago..... ate an egg and a piece of andouillie...... a definate repeat recipe. Awsome big-guy. Thanks........ Been trying the batch of andouillie I made for the pickled egg recipe on the folks at work and all I have heard is thats some dang good sausage. Might want to give it a try......

post #6 of 7

A few libations and some football and you are golden, until the gaseous effects the next day LOL

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Originally Posted by mballi3011 View Post

Those eggs look pretty good but the wife cant have any more pickled eggs in this house. The last ones sat on the counter for I think a year or so and then she knocked it off right in the livingroom floor and it took about 3 weeks to get that smell out of our new wood flooring.

How long after that before she let you back in, that is the question???

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