Pickled beet egg
|Ingredients generally used||Beets, beet juice, vinegar, sugar, cloves and other spices|
|Variations||Cider vinegar, brown sugar|
|108 kcal (452 kJ)|
|Total fat||5.3 g|
|Total carbs||8.1 g|
|Dietary fiber||00.5 g|
Pickled beet eggs are hard boiled eggs that are cured in a brine of beets, beet juice, vinegar, sugar, cloves and other spices. There are many regional variations to this classic dish, for instance some recipes substitute cider vinegar for white vinegar, and brown sugar for white sugar. Pickled beet eggs are easy to make and have a rich pink color after only a day.
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