Pickled Beet Eggs
Imagine Easter eggs made with edible dye.
Why This Recipe Works
Gently shaking the cooked eggs back and forth in the pan cracked the shells. When we soaked the lightly cracked eggs in ice water, the water seeped underneath the shells and made the eggs easier to peel. We knew our Pickled Beet Eggs were ready when the whites turned a gorgeous shade of beet-juice purple, which took a couple of days.