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Naturally Dyed Eggs
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4 INGREDIENTS • 9 STEPS • 35MINS

Naturally Dyed Eggs

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Learn how to dye your eggs using ingredients found right in your kitchen.
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Welcome to SideChef's original recipes. Created from scratch in the SideChef Kitchen, where recipe inspiration and ingredient experimentation is a way of life.
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Learn how to dye your eggs using ingredients found right in your kitchen.
35MINS
Total Time
$2.62
Cost Per Serving
Ingredients
Servings
6
us / metric
Red Cabbage
1 head
Red Cabbage
Water
to taste
Cold Water
Distilled White Vinegar
2 Tbsp
Distilled White Vinegar
Nutrition Per Serving
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Calories
95
Fat
4.8 g
Protein
7.3 g
Carbs
6.2 g
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Welcome to SideChef's original recipes. Created from scratch in the SideChef Kitchen, where recipe inspiration and ingredient experimentation is a way of life.
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step 1
Chop up the Red Cabbage (1 head).
step 2
Place Water (to taste) and chopped red cabbage into a large pot.
step 3
Add Eggs (6) a into the pot.
step 4
Bring to a boil and cook for 12 minutes.
step 5
Remove the eggs and carefully place into wide-mouth glass jars.
step 6
Pour the cabbage water over the eggs; make sure all eggs are fully submerged.
step 7
If you'd like a lighter shade of blue, place a capful of Distilled White Vinegar (2 Tbsp). Keep the eggs submerged in the liquid and refrigerate overnight.
step 8
The next morning, drain the liquid out and and gently dry the eggs with a cloth or paper towel.
step 9
Keep the eggs refrigerated until you are ready to eat, hide, or decorate them! Enjoy!
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Dairy-Free
American
Budget-Friendly
Gluten-Free
Snack
Low-Carb
Shellfish-Free
Kid-Friendly
Easter
Low-Calorie
Vegetarian
Spring
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