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Message started by 69conroy on Feb 1st, 2010 at 6:37pm

Title: pickled eggs
Post by 69conroy on Feb 1st, 2010 at 6:37pm
any one have recipe for pickled eggs
had one years ago but lost it  :'(

thanks Daryl

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by jackparsons on Feb 1st, 2010 at 6:55pm
daryl, try this link

http://www.helpwithcooking.com/egg-guide/make-pickled-eggs.html

cheers - jack

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by 69conroy on Feb 1st, 2010 at 8:07pm
thanks jack  :)
will try 8-)

Daryl

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by poddy dodger on Feb 1st, 2010 at 9:00pm
Years ago on a trip to Queensland we bought a bottle of pickled eggs in a supermarket, they were great, I have never seen them since particularly in NSW. Probably a Qld thing like boiled (ugggh) peanuts.

pod

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by jclures on Feb 2nd, 2010 at 9:41pm
What is wrong with boiled peanuts, I often have them with a beer or three. :)

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by Michaelb on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 4:23pm
This would Muzz's area

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by Saltbush Lil on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 6:52pm

jclures wrote on Feb 2nd, 2010 at 9:41pm:
What is wrong with boiled peanuts, I often have them with a beer or three. :)

MMMM I like them too [smiley=drool5.gif]

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by 69conroy on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 6:57pm
im in SA what the hell are boiled peanuts!
how do you cook them  :-/

Daryl

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by Derek on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 7:16pm

69conroy wrote on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 6:57pm:
im in SA what the hell are boiled peanuts!
how do you cook them †:-/

Daryl


Peanuts in the shell boiled in heavily salted water. †Yummo!!!!!!

http://www.peanutvan.com.au/

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by Saltbush Bill on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 8:20pm
First time i ever saw boiled peanuts was in Mt Isa in about 1978
Couple of us went into a pub and bought a beer,,,,,,they gave us a free bowl of nuts. I remember thinking .... :o :o what the hell is this.....cold wet peanuts in the shell †:(..................tasted them and never looked back :) :)
SBB

OK went snooping on the the net .....discovered this site~~~~> http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/BoiledPeanutsHistory.htm     seems they are a Southern American thing too.
an Aussie has posted there and I found this interesting.
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Comments from Roz in Alice Springs, Australia (11/25/09)

I was looking for boiled peanuts on the web and came across your site.

I come from central Queensland in Australia. Actually I live in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory now (in the middle of the Outback as we call it), but I originally come from Queensland.

My father used to boil raw peanuts in the shell in his corned beef water. His recipe is the one I use today. After boiling and simmering the corned beef in water with a quarter cup of brown vinegar, a quarter cup of brown sugar, a small handful each of peppercorns, pimento and mustard seeds, a few cloves and a couple of bay leaves, we remove the meat and add the peanuts and cook for several hours. I donít know if other Queenslanders boil them this way, but thatís how I grew up with them.  The salt in the corned beef means that you donít need to add any extra to the water.  I put a few handfuls of peanuts into the water in a large pot, just enough for them to float.
Glad to see we are not the only boiled peanut lovers in the world.  Donít know where the idea came from in Australia.  Will have to do some research.

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by skiproosel on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 8:37pm
600 Ml †White wine or Cider vinegar
6 cloves garlic,skinned
25gr Pickling Spice
piece of Orange Rind
Blade of mace
Chunk of root ginger
6 fresh eggs, hard boiled & shelled.


Place all ingredients except eggs in saucepan
Bring to the boil & immediately reduce heat to simmer gently for 10 mins. Leave to cool,then strain some vinegar into wide mouthed jar.
Put in the eggs and top up with more spiced vinegar ensuring all eggs are covered.
Seal with airtight lids and leave for at least 6 weeks before using.
If you do a few jars drop a Chilli into some of them.


I made 12 Dozen of these eggs when based in Sydney and they lasted for years. I can well remember biting into the older eggs where the vinegar had made it's way through to the yolks and they had become very creamy and soft. They were magnificent.
The rest of the family paid for it though. No snaps available


Skip [smiley=chris.gif]

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by 69conroy on Feb 4th, 2010 at 11:25am
i like the sound of that ; not after sound!  [smiley=censored.gif]
with garlic & ginger yum  [smiley=drool5.gif]

Daryl

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by Kingsthorpe David on Feb 4th, 2010 at 8:35pm

69conroy wrote on Feb 3rd, 2010 at 6:57pm:
im in SA what the hell are boiled peanuts!

Check this direct from Kingaroy:

http://www.peanutvan.com.au/archive.php?start_from=49&ucat=&archive=&subaction=&id=&;\


KD

Title: Re: pickled eggs
Post by Wino on Apr 24th, 2012 at 5:52pm
Pickled eggs, easy.
Hard boil them,off with the shells, let them cool,then into a large glass container with chillies etc.cover with white vinegar, and chuck in a small can of beetroot to give the eggs some colour.
Done it heaps of times. Secure the lid on your container and into the fridge for a while

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