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Re: pickled eggs jarring

Post by rick » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:23 pm

There's the Hairy Bikers recipe that Marigold posted earlier or this one by Jamie Oliver. Seems to use the whole contents of the spice cupboard but you could simplify it a bit (although they do look very tasty!)
https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/egg ... uail-eggs/#
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Re: pickled eggs jarring

Post by Marigold » Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:52 pm

dye29 wrote:ye seem all american recipes
Is that a problem?
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Re: pickled eggs jarring

Post by MrsBiscuit » Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:59 pm

Sometimes US recipes call for cups of things, that can be offputting if you aren't used to it maybe?

I might try Jamie's recipe. Looking at his ingredients they are less strong than a pickling spice mix for onions, a bit more aromatic.
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Re: pickled eggs jarring

Post by dye29 » Sat Jul 07, 2018 7:26 pm

got a silly question think i know the answer just want confirmation . if i put fresh eggs in fridge can i pull them out and leave room temp then put back in fridge later , im thinking of raising money doing a stall so my theory is i fridge all eggs while its warm then ill take out to sell and the surplus that doesnt sell can i put in fridge again or would you leave out , also kilner jars with rubber seals are they just as simple as close job done as everytime i do pickled eggs they last 3-4 week then go cloudy why
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