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Amish Mustard Eggs ...My Mom said to share this with you guys...

lisacsco

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...she said if you like pickled eggs, you will loooooove these!
 
AMISH MUSTARD EGGS
 
Boil and Peel 12 eggs and put into a heat proof container.
 
 
4 Tablespoons yellow mustard
2/3 cup of sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup white vinegar
3/4 cup water
2 drops of yellow food coloring
 
Mix all ingrediants in saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring almost constantly.
 
Pour sauce over eggs.
 
Let cool.
 
Put container in Fridge for 72 hours to let eggs absorb the sauce.
 
Mom swears you will eat the whole dozen.  They will remind you of pickled deviled eggs!
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OK.  I'm not sure about this, but I'm game. Copied into my recipe folder.  The local chicks I get my eggs from are just about old enough to start laying.  I will give this a whirl.
 

lisacsco

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anyone give these a try yet?  I posted them at another site and they were a BIG hit :)
 

werdwolf

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No I haven't, but that is because I am just to busy.  I'd clone myself, but that would probably just mean more work.

Still on the to do list though
 

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Saturday a.m. the eggs went into the sauce. Just tried them-can't eat just one. thanks for sharing
 

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Damn.... one more thing I am going to have to try... lol. These sound really good.... I looooove deviled eggs :)
 

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Many thanks to your mom for making you share this.  I love pickled eggs and just put  some cackleberrys on to boil so I can make a batch. 
 

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One question:

How are you supposed to wait 72 hours???  I just tried three after 48 and they are really good!! Awesome recipe! Thanx!
 

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Great recipe! I didn't have any white vinegar on hand so I used cider vinegar and they came out a little sweet but very very tasty. Thanks for sharing!
 

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Mine are now half gone. Looks like I will have to start up another batch.

 

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Started another batch Wednesday night. I changed up the ingredients slightly because it is in my nature to ruin a good thing. For this batch I am using:

4 Tablespoons yellow mustard
2/3 cup of brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup white vinegar
3/4 cup water

1 tbs minced garlic

I also decided to use my vacuum sealer and put all the eggs and mixture in a bag and suck most of the air out and seal it. It will be interesting to see if it helps to draw more of the liquid into the eggs.
 

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I'll be trying them very soon. They sound tasty!
 

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Hi there neighbor :)! I'd love to know how those eggs turned out since we just found a local, organic supply for our eggs and my hubby LOVES some deviled eggs! Hope you are having a great Thanksgiving season! Daun
 

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Started another batch Wednesday night. I changed up the ingredients slightly because it is in my nature to ruin a good thing. For this batch I am using:

4 Tablespoons yellow mustard
2/3 cup of brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup white vinegar
3/4 cup water

1 tbs minced garlic

I also decided to use my vacuum sealer and put all the eggs and mixture in a bag and suck most of the air out and seal it. It will be interesting to see if it helps to draw more of the liquid into the eggs.
They really came out great. I got into this new batch last night. This is a fantastic recipe and I will definitely be making it again. I am setting an artificial limit of 2 per day to keep myself from eating them all. I think it also would make for a really good egg salad sandwich. 
 
Hi there neighbor :)! I'd love to know how those eggs turned out since we just found a local, organic supply for our eggs and my hubby LOVES some deviled eggs! Hope you are having a great Thanksgiving season! Daun
 

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Holidays are coming . So I will have to give this a try , Thanks for sharing ..
 

sqwib

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These are pretty damn good and pretty as well, I got a lot of compliments on them Thanksgiving day! I would definitely suggest these for a salad topper or egg salad sandwich.

Put this recipe on my website.

Thank you Lisa and thank your Mom as well!

Amish Mustard Eggs

 

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I am doing some as we speak...thanks and thank your Mom...
 

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