Chances are, if you're hard boiling and dyeing batches of eggs today, you're prepping for an Easter Egg hunt, not dinner.
Over at Grist.com, however, they're sharing a recipe for pink-eggs that you can actually eat.
Instead of soaking the eggs in artificial colors, the recipe calls for dropping the eggs in a pickled beet brine.
Deviled eggs are already a perfect party food. Add this bright shot of color to the mix and you’ve taken them to another level of wow. In researching these guys I learned that the tradition of beet-pickled deviled eggs is a big one in Pennsylvania. You take a half dozen eggs, plop them in the pickled beet brine, and let them sit overnight, or longer, depending on your desired hue.
Head over to Grist to see the full recipe.
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