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I went to Amish Country in October and had mustard eggs,like pickled beet eggs only with mustard,they were really good wondering if anyone has a recipe? Thank you.
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DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS???????

posted at 12/20/2010 10:32 AM EST
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I went to Amish Country in October and had mustard eggs,like pickled beet eggs only with mustard,they were really good wondering if anyone has a recipe? Thank you.

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posted at 12/20/2010 10:39 AM EST
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I went to Amish Country in October and had mustard eggs,like pickled beet eggs only with mustard,they were really good wondering if anyone has a recipe? Thank you.
Posted by gale g


This sounded so interesting I had to check it out.  Found a recipe on All Recipes.
6 hard cooked eggs
1/2 tsp dry mustard
1 1/2 tsp cornstarch
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp tumeric
2 Cups vinegar

Place eggs in a jar. (peel the eggs)
In a sauce pan add dry ingredients.  Add enough of the vinegar to make a paste.  Stir till smooth.  Add the rest of the vinegar.  Heat to boiling.  Pour over eggs.  Refrigerate.  The longer they sit the better they will be.
Pretty sure I got that all correct.

This sounds pretty good.  I bet it would make a fantastic egg salad sandwich.

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posted at 12/20/2010 10:53 AM EST
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That sounds good - thanks for the recipie.

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posted at 12/20/2010 11:14 AM EST
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Oh, Dawn is right -- that sounds good!!
I'm thinking about making 2 or 3 eggs so I can really taste it.

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posted at 12/20/2010 12:14 PM EST
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Same here.  Never heard of them but will give thet them a try.  I love Deviled eggs so this might be a new spin for me.  TY  Nikki

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posted at 12/20/2010 1:52 PM EST
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In Response to DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS??????? : This sounded so interesting I had to check it out.  Found a recipe on All Recipes. 6 hard cooked eggs 1/2 tsp dry mustard 1 1/2 tsp cornstarch 1 tsp sugar 1/2 tsp tumeric 2 Cups vinegar Place eggs in a jar. (peel the eggs) In a sauce pan add dry ingredients.  Add enough of the vinegar to make a paste.  Stir till smooth.  Add the rest of the vinegar.  Heat to boiling.  Pour over eggs.  Refrigerate.  The longer they sit the better they will be. Pretty sure I got that all correct. This sounds pretty good.  I bet it would make a fantastic egg salad sandwich.
Posted by nikki p


Thanks Nikki,that does sound good.I saw them on the salad bar and sent my son up to bring one back and saw that it was an egg and I tasted it and it was great.This sounds like this may be it,not sure if they used mustard powder or prepared yellow mustard.I'll give it a try thank you again.I do make pickled beet eggs,my mother in laws recipe.She was German and grew up in Pa.All the women in that family were wonderful cooks.Oh by the way your recipe for the peanut butter fudge is awsome,thanks for that also.

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posted at 12/20/2010 6:17 PM EST
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In Response to Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS??????? : Thanks Nikki,that does sound good.I saw them on the salad bar and sent my son up to bring one back and saw that it was an egg and I tasted it and it was great.This sounds like this may be it,not sure if they used mustard powder or prepared yellow mustard.I'll give it a try thank you again.I do make pickled beet eggs,my mother in laws recipe.She was German and grew up in Pa.All the women in that family were wonderful cooks.Oh by the way your recipe for the peanut butter fudge is awsome,thanks for that also.
Posted by gale g


I would think using prepared mustard would be fine.  I would omit the turmeric and maybe cut back a bit on the vinegar depending on how much mustard you used.

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posted at 12/20/2010 11:16 PM EST
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In Response to Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS??????? : I would think using prepared mustard would be fine.  I would omit the turmeric and maybe cut back a bit on the vinegar depending on how much mustard you used.
Posted by nikki p


Thanks Nikki,good advise.I'm going to make some tomorrow so they are ready for Christmas.The eggs I had were so good,they must be something new because this was the first time I had seen them at the restaurant.

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posted at 12/21/2010 8:00 AM EST
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Sounds good....thanks for the question and the recipe ladies!!

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posted at 12/21/2010 8:27 AM EST
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 It sounds like a recipe that you can use for parties and such. I am sure to add it to my" repertoire" of recipes. Thanks for asking about it.

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posted at 12/21/2010 8:33 AM EST
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I love pickled eggs and that is something we have every Easter. I will have to try these ones as well. They sound really good. Thanks for posting!

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posted at 12/21/2010 9:15 AM EST
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I really appreciate the many varied recipes I get off of this site.  Hopefully, the ones I've added are useful to others, as well.  Love this board, thanks VBB.

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posted at 12/21/2010 10:24 AM EST
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My son had these & was unimpressed-the vinegar is very overpowering.  My deviled eggs, I give a squirt of mustard (whatever brown mustard we have-don't use yellow), just enough to take the mayonnaise edge off & tint the color a little.   I tell you - the eggs are devoured quickly!!!

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posted at 12/21/2010 10:57 AM EST
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i never heard of them.go to the foodnetwork.com and put in your eggs

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posted at 12/21/2010 12:24 PM EST
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  Hi Millie, I went looking on another food site and came up with this recipe   1/2 cup cider vinegar,1/2 cup water ,2/3 cups of sugar or splenda ,pinch of salt, 3 Tabls.of prepared mustard,your choice yellow ,brown and so on. 10 hard boiled eggs. In a sauce pan heat vinegar,water,sugar or splenda,salt and mustard to dissolve sugar.I made 12 eggs and packed them in a one quart mason jar and then poured the hot liquid over the eggs.I will let everyone know how they came out,this is supposed to be from Lancaster Pa.Thank you all for comments and suggestions and thanks Nikki for your recipe post it is much appreciated.The eggs have to marinate for at least one to two days.

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posted at 12/21/2010 2:57 PM EST
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I used the prepared mustard and they were tasty!

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posted at 12/21/2010 5:15 PM EST
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To serve these eggs, do you think it's OK to slice them in half?   I can't imagine anyone at a church dinner taking a whole egg and figuring out how to eat it.  I sure couldn't!!!  lol

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posted at 12/21/2010 7:46 PM EST
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To serve these eggs, do you think it's OK to slice them in half?   I can't imagine anyone at a church dinner taking a whole egg and figuring out how to eat it.  I sure couldn't!!!  lol
Posted by Nancy G


I think slicing would be the way to go.  I would even make deviled eggs with the pickled eggs.  I think the flavor would be great.  I bet the color would be pretty impressive as well.

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posted at 12/21/2010 11:53 PM EST
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Hi Nancy I agree with Nikki,the eggs can be sliced to serve .The marinade is a nice balance between sweet and sour.Nikki I think egg salad would be great also.I would think these could be added to any salad as well.

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posted at 12/22/2010 6:38 AM EST
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So many ideas .... so much to keep. 

lol lol - I think I should leave this site and never come back!!  
Yeah, sure.  You betcha'
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