1. OMG, I want to make those.. they look good.
2. Never in your wildest dreams would I eat that.
3. I've tried em.. and don't like em.
Pickled Eggs!! So I'll give you the backstory on these bad boys. Years ago.. "back in the day" there was this bar that me and my single girlfriends used to go to. It was a fun little pub and they made the BEST Pickled Eggs. We would order "A pickled egg with Ranch" (and a cold beer of course) and you would get a basket of pretzels with a Pickled Egg on top and a side of Ranch Dressing to dip the pretzels in.
I know it might sound gross to some of you.. but trust me.. they are G.O.O.D. Well, after I married my husband, I moved 1,800 miles away from all the things I loved.. family, friends, and pickled eggs. LOL
Before we moved - I managed to get my husband hooked on them as well. So we came up with our own way of satisfying this craving.
First you need to buy a jar of pickles - whatever your favorite brand is.. but it CANNOT BE KOSHER DILLS! Trust me on this.. they need to be regular dill pickles.
Then you need to have someone in your house eat all the pickles and save the juice. This isn't hard for me because my husband eats them like I drink milk.
And to give them that extra "kick" we add Peperoncini Peppers. The pub had them in their's as well. I usually add about 1/2 a jar of Peperoncini's to the Pickle jar.
Hard boil 9 - 12 eggs, peel them and cool in ice water. Then add them to the jar.
Now the hardest part.. you have to put them in the fridge and wait for a week before you eat them.
So - which one are you? 1, 2 or 3?Pin It