Hi all! I'm wanting to pickle eggs and am wondering if anyone has experience with less-usual pickle additions (beyond beet and turmeric)? All ideas and advice appreciated! Thank you.
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I love tea eggs and usually use the smokey lapsang souchong for mine. I think modifying that typical mixture by adding some vinegar would be great.
There are 2 on this website. One calls for wasabe and the other jalapenos. I've made hot pickled eggs before, and they're VERY tasty.
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I haven't tried ginger root but since it makes EVERYTHING better I think that would apply to eggs as well - I would do a ginger / beet / something spicy route. Now I want that.
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