Pickled Eggs Straight from Hell, and Onions Too

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chilerelleno

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Time yet for another batch of pickled eggs and onions and I figured I might as well post these since I finally got a vacuum canister sealer attachment.
Hopefully it'll mean these will ripen at a faster rate than previously.
Before this it took 3-4 months to get full penetration of spices.
We shall see.

24 hard boiled eggs
2 large Red onions, sliced thin
7C white vinegar
1 18oz Sriracha Chile Garlic sauce
1 8oz El Yucateco Habenero XXX hot sauce
1T Hillbilly Gunpowder
(Dried and ground Jalapenos, Habaneros, Cuban Hots, Ghost aka Bhut Jolokia, Trinidad Scorpions and Carolina Reapers)
3T garlic, chopped
3 large Jalapeno chiles, sliced thin
1 carrot, sliced thin
1 medium White and Red onion, chopped
4T Kosher salt

Sterilize jars and lids
Combine everything except the eggs, sliced red onions and carrots in a large nonreactive stock pot.
Bring to a boil then let cool slightly.
Strain out chiles, onions, garlic and larger solids.
Layer peeled eggs into a 1/2 gallon canning jar with layers with strained veggies.
Pour pickling mixture over eggs and onions, cover eggs/onions completely yet leaving at least a half inch below the rim, and then vacuum seal.
Shake to mix and then refrigerate.
Let at least a week or two go by for the flavors to really permeate the eggs.
The spices have a tendency to settle in the jar so shake it daily to remix.

The onions got the same mix plus the carrots.

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I've a previous thread on these, you can see the differences in color as these are taken to the next level.
Chile's Take on Sriracha Pickled Eggs
 
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I am sure you are aware that pickled eggs store better in a cool environment like the Canadian Rockies. I would be happy to store these for you. You can trust me.

Big like!
 
Hillbilly Gunpowder? Who ever thought of that?
Never mind. When You have left overs, you get creative.

Better wear your fire proof underwear. And do NOT fart with your back towards Mama in bed.
I'm afraid you could wake up to one Hot Mama!

I'm happy with a smidgen of Cayenne pepper for heat.

I bet this took the paint off the ceiling in the kitchen.
 
Whew fire balls of hell only release in the bath tub or pool.

Awesome looking not sure at my age my body could handle them.

Warren
 
I had my last two pickled eggs with lunch today so I need to make more. I like hot and spicy but I don't think I'm up to this level. I am tempted to give your Sriracha version a try though.
 
Whew fire balls of hell only release in the bath tub or pool.

Awesome looking not sure at my age my body could handle them.

Warren

Or lift the seat and put your butt in the water in the toilet...
I doubt I could get Chile's eggs past my mouth. Just too much heat there.

Lots of Vitamin A though...
 
Got me Sweating just from reading the ingredients list !!!

Bear
Had my sinuses wide open cooking the brine, for sure.
Hillbilly Gunpowder? Who ever thought of that?
Never mind. When You have left overs, you get creative.

Better wear your fire proof underwear. And do NOT fart with your back towards Mama in bed.
I'm afraid you could wake up to one Hot Mama!

I'm happy with a smidgen of Cayenne pepper for heat.

I bet this took the paint off the ceiling in the kitchen.
I've built up quite a tolerance, no problem with the dreaded Ring of Fire.
What gets me now-a-days is heartburn/acid reflux.
Farts? LMAO, I don't need any special help.
Whew fire balls of hell only release in the bath tub or pool.

Awesome looking not sure at my age my body could handle them.

Warren
Careful, one shart in the pool and you'll be remembered for all time and eternity.
I had my last two pickled eggs with lunch today so I need to make more. I like hot and spicy but I don't think I'm up to this level. I am tempted to give your Sriracha version a try though.
The plain Sriracha is pretty tame on the palate, tasty but mild.
Do wear a gas mask when boiling the brine though... Whew!
Yeah. They are red like your Beard.

You crazy man!
Yep, guilty as charged.
Crazy enough to eat a Carolina Reaper.
 
Bet it made you sweat.

I bet you use to have black hair before you started eat organic fire...
Sweat, hiccup, watering eyes, goose bumps, prickly scalp and a powerful endorphin rush too.
Felt like a molten cactus was rolling around in my mouth.
Took a few bowls of ice cream to work through that one.
 
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Those eggs look fantastic John, High octane heat is no problem here.

Point for sure.
Chris

I am sure you are aware that pickled eggs store better in a cool environment like the Canadian Rockies. I would be happy to store these for you. You can trust me.

Big like!

Disco, he can send them to Vermont, no duty to pay at the border. Just saying.
 
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