pickled eggs

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Post: # 43504Post 2steps »

sorry I can't help. I made some pickled eggs but they tasted wrong :? not sure what went wrong there but welcome to self sufficentish :cheers:

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Post: # 43531Post shiney »

I've made some this year.

They are sitting in preserving jars in a dark cupboard and I haven't tried them yet. I would guess at a year. Not that ours will last that long!
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Post: # 43556Post Andy Hamilton »

I sometimes refridgerate after pickling, but have kept an opened jar in a cupboard for a few month before and they have been fine.

There are a couple of recipes for pickled eggson the main site, click here to have a look.
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