Beet Pickled Devilish Eggs are the colorful version of the traditional Southern dish.
Created by Shamille Wharton of Nashville, Tennessee, these devilish eggs cast an usual hue due to Wharton's special ingredient. Incorporating beet juice into this age-old recipe, Wharton was able to create a multi-colored dish filled with flavor, nutrition and fun. The exterior of the eggs casts a light pink tone, which moves into a bright pop of purple. In addition to the contemporary color, Wharton also used usual spices for her "devilish eggs" and topped them with serrano pepper, black peppercorn, Sriracha sauce and mild curry powder. This dish can be served as a side to a chicken main course or as a party appetizer.
Beet Pickled Devilish Eggs are not a common dish but they a worth indulging in.
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