Pickled Eggs, Third Attempt

The second attempt was much better than the first, without an overwhelming vinegar flavor. More pickling spice and Tabasco certainly made it more flavorful.

For this third attempt I’m turning a corner and adding a distinctive herb which I hope I’ve added in sufficient quantity to make a difference in taste. The 1/3 cup extra vinegar was due to using up the last of the half gallon of cider vinegar. I’m running low on Slap Ya Mama so I switched to Tony Chachere, and decided to add a little more Tabasco. This resulting solution left enough to 17 eggs in two jars with about 5 cups left over which I’ve saved.

4 1/3 cups cider vinegar
2 cups water
2 TBSP Tony Chachere‘s spice
3 TBSP Pickling Spice
2/3 Ounce fresh Dill
3/4 Sliced Yellow Onion, large
1 Red Pepper
1 TBSP Worcestershire
1 TBSP Peppercorns
4 1/2 TBSP Tabasco
3/4 TBSP Crushed Red Pepper


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Posted on 05/25/2012, in Science and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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