Pink Pickled Duck Eggs


| 4/17/2012 4:24:02 PM


You can pickle any kind of egg. See “The Many Stages of a Cooked Egg” in our June/July issue to find suggested cooking times for different types of eggs. This recipe makes 1 quart filled with about 8 duck eggs, but it can easily be halved to fill a pint jar instead. Ken Baker, chef-owner of Pachamamas, a farm-friendly restaurant in Lawrence, Kan., thinks pastured duck eggs are "mind-blowingly rich and flavorful." See for yourself! 

Golden Pickled Quail Eggs and Pink Pickled Duck EggsIngredients: 

8 duck eggs (or substitute about 12 regular chicken eggs or 20 quail eggs), at room temperature 


For the pink pickling liquid:
 

 



2 cups cider vinegar  



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