DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS???????
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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 12/22/2010 7:26 AM EST
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I thought at first this was going to be about deviled eggs.  I never heard of this way of fixing them.  But it sounds interesting.

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posted at 12/22/2010 7:45 AM EST
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I have the maccronia salad that calls for mustard and eggs and it the best every.

Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS???????

posted at 12/25/2010 4:22 AM EST
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Well I made the recipe that I found with the prepared mustard just like the ones I tasted in Amish country and they are good,a nice balance between sweet and sour,but stand back when youn open the container and yes they were stored in the fridge.LOL I will make again and again.

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posted at 12/25/2010 5:13 AM EST
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I have never heard of them.  It seems there is always something new floating around.

Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS???????

posted at 12/25/2010 7:32 AM EST
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Gale -  you're using these for Christmas dinner? Tongue out

Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS???????

posted at 12/25/2010 9:32 AM EST
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 Yes.WHY? lol I have to throw something at them while dinner is cooking.These guys eat so much especially my son.He'll need a third job if this keeps up lol lol lol Laughing

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posted at 12/25/2010 11:02 AM EST
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Throwing eggs at Christmas ........... a new tradition.  lol lol lol

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posted at 12/26/2010 4:24 PM EST
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My grandson did put a whole egg in his mouth and looked like a blow fish.  His Mom was mad that he called attention to his eating habits.  KIDS! 

Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS???????

posted at 12/26/2010 6:55 PM EST
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Sounds like a good way to "store" eggs when that special meal time is coming up. Already prepared for use in a number of dishes saving time and adding extra flavor from sitting.  Wonder how long they last in the fridgidaire?

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posted at 12/26/2010 11:24 PM EST
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Pickled eggs are a family fav here. Whenever we empty a qt. jar of kosher dills, I fill it with boiled, peeled eggs. We leave them until they become rubbery (or bounce if you will),  usually 3-6 weeks in the fridge. The family eats them whole or I will quarter them and use as a decoration on potato salad.

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posted at 12/27/2010 9:04 AM EST
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Pickled eggs are a family fav here. Whenever we empty a qt. jar of kosher dills, I fill it with boiled, peeled eggs. We leave them until they become rubbery (or bounce if you will),  usually 3-6 weeks in the fridge. The family eats them whole or I will quarter them and use as a decoration on potato salad.
Posted by Wa-Ha K


Thanks,that is a great idea, we always have the pickled beet egss at easter,and the mustard eggs that I just made I always let them sit for about a week before eating.Thanks for letting me about how long you can keep them.I do know that vinegar is a great preserver.Happy Holidays.

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posted at 12/27/2010 1:49 PM EST
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Throwing eggs at Christmas?  I just have to wrap my mind around that one!!!!  LOL

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posted at 12/27/2010 2:59 PM EST
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Throwing eggs at Christmas?  I just have to wrap my mind around that one!!!!  LOL
Posted by Elsa M


Hi Elsa not literally,you know toss it at them! Oh never mind LOL LOL LOL Just my sense of humor.I feed them little things before the dinner is ready to keep them happy and quiet.

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posted at 12/27/2010 6:14 PM EST
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Vinegar is good for so many things ....
This afternoon I removed the church kitchen faucet thingies and brough them home to soak in vinegar.
(I'm so good at changing sugject)
Ever so often I pour vinegar in a little plastic bag and tie that over my shower head for a few hours.
I run vinegar through my coffee maker.

Yikes --- somebody start a vinegar thread - please.SealedEmbarassed

Re: DOES ANYONE HAVE A RECIPE FOR MUSTARD EGGS???????

posted at 12/27/2010 11:25 PM EST
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Gale, actually, they will keep for several months in a vinegar solution. I let them stay the 3-6 weeks before I let anyone eat them!

If any of you raise quail, they make the VERY BEST pickled eggs! I use Mrs. Wages refrigerator pickle mix when I don't have left over pickle juice. A family member had dozens of quail that they raised for resale and I got dozens of the eggs on a regular basis. I would fill a 4 qt saucepan 3/4's full of the eggs, cover w/water, 1 cup of vinegar (makes the shells soft) and boil just like for regular eggs but, let them sit in the hot water an extra 20 min. Quail eggs have dots on them and the vinegar would make the dots come off. When you rinsed them, the dots would go down the sink and you would have white egg shells. All you had to do was tap the top, grab a piece of the shell and it would peel around and around like an apple parer does an apple. That is because of the vinegar also. They are a delicasy and sell for about $13 for 1 1/2 doz. pickled.
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