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Beet Pickled Deviled Eggs.

On our first attempt as we travel down the road to perfecting the pickled egg we made beet pickled eggs. I have a lot of small beets in the garden that did not want to continue growing so I thought, perfect, I have a reason to try those beet pickled eggs I always think about.

I used most of the recipe on SimplyRecipes but omitted the star anise as I did not have any on hand and don’t prefer the flavor anyhow. The recipe turned out great and I cannot wait to try new variations of it. With my beet pickled eggs I made a lovely deviled egg I wanted to share with you here.

Beet Pickled Deviled Eggs.

ingredients

4 beet pickled eggs

1 t sweet hot mustard

1 t yellow mustard

1 T mayonnaise

1/4 t fresh cracked black pepper

1 T fresh chives or dill, minced

Cut eggs in half and remove yolks.

Set whites aside. Using a fork combine remaining ingredients in a bowl. Load 1/8 of the filling into each half of egg white. Garnish if desired and serve as a side, snack or appetizer.

Enjoy!

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Fridge Pickled Kohlrabi and Carrots.

Preserving spring vegetables is a great way to get to enjoy them even after their place in the garden has been filled with warm weather lovers like tomatoes and beans. This year we have a lot of kohlrabi and one can only eat so many fritters. So this was a great way to mix it up a bit and as is the case with most households, pickles are a team favorite!

This recipe makes one quart of pickles.

Ingredients

4 small kohlrabi

2 large carrots

2 T salt

1 C white vinegar

1 C water

2 T sugar

1 1/2 t pickling or kosher salt

3 garlic cloves, roughly chopped

1 t dill seeds

1/2 t brown mustard seeds

2 dried chili de arbol

6 black pepper corns, crushed

Start by peeling and slicing the kohlrabi. Place in a colander and salt with 2 T salt. Allow the kohlrabi to sit for an hour. In the mean time peel your carrots and cut into sticks. Combine all other ingredients in a sauce pan. When kohlrabi is done draining, rinse and pack with carrots into a quart jar. Boil remaining ingredients until all of the salt and sugar are dissolved and pour over carrots and kohlrabi. Cover and allow to cool on the counter then refrigerate. Let this sit in the fridge for two days before jumping in. I read that fridge pickles are good for about three weeks.

Enjoy!

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Filed under Condiments and Seasonings, Dairy Free, Edible Plants, From the Garden, Gluten Free, Grain Free, Pickles, Vegan, Vegetables, Vegetarian