Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Deviled Eggs

I love deviled eggs!  I could eat them everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Biting into the creamy center is like foodie heaven to me!

Deviled eggs are a great finger food and are commonly served around the holidays.  This week though, I decided to mix things up a bit and serve them as side dish with dinner.  My family gobbled them up with no leftovers!

You can save yourself some time by preparing them in advance and safely storing them in the refrigerator until you're ready to serve them.

Ingredients
12 - large eggs
1/4 - cup mayonnaise
1 1/2 - tablespoons sweet pickle relish
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
1 teaspoon paprika
salt & pepper to taste
dried parsley for garnish

Directions
Place the eggs into a medium size pot, cover with water and bring to a boil.  Remove from heat and cover the pan, let stand for 10 minutes.  Pour off the hot water and refill the pot with cold water.  Once the eggs have completely cooled, remove the eggs water and gently crack the eggshells.  While holding each egg under running water, carefully peel off the eggshells.  Once the eggs have been peeled, carefully cut the eggs in half(crosswise) as neatly as possible.  The yolk should be exposed.  Remove the yolk and place it in a bowl.  Cut a small bit off of the pointed ends of the egg so that the egg will stand up.  Once all of the eggs have been cut and the yolks have been removed, break the yolks up with a fork, then stir in the filling ingredients; mayonnaise, relish, Dijon mustard and paprika.  Season with salt and pepper.  Mix completely.  Place the yolk mixture into a large Ziploc bag.  Using scissors cut off one corner and use the bag like a pastry bag.  Fill each of the eggs with the mixture.  Garnish with parsley. Serve immediately, or cover and refrigerate until ready to serve. 


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27 comments:

  1. Yumm, you make my mouth water. Deviled eggs are one of my favorites. Have you ever put a little horseradish in them? It's good, unless you hate horseradish LOL.

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  2. I pinned this! I have the same plates as you :) I like how you cut your eggs this direction instead of the normal way. looks much nicer!

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  3. I like the comment to add horseradish, clever! I always add a little Italian dressing... makes it interesting, they never see it coming ;)

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  4. My daughter and I love these, I always make them for the holidays too.
    I pinned this because I'd like to try the sweet pickle relish in them. yum!

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  5. Yum. We love them here too. And, they are fastly becoming an "in" appetizer at parties.

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  6. They look to good to eat. I saw some Valentines deviled eggs the other day and I was like it looked weird but different.

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  7. i adore these, they remind me of my grandmas cooking :)

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  8. YUM. I've never actually tried making these but they sound totally doable. Must try.

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  9. Ha! My son would be right there with you eating deviled eggs for all meals! Just found out a couple of months ago, that he absolutely LOVES deviled eggs. I have never seen a three year old eat so many. lol.

    I may have to try your recipe. :)

    Thanks for sharing.

    Julie

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  10. Who doesn't love deviled eggs?! Yours are presented beautifully, Brandi! Mine never turn out like that!

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  11. That is exactly how I make mine - which was how my mother made them. Now I'm hungry for some!

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  12. My mom makes deviled eggs for my daughter all the time :) her love for them has definitely passed down from me! It's genetic :)

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  13. I'm not a deviled egg fan.. but these look delish! Using this recipe for the next fam get-together.

    Alaya

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  14. My husbund and I love these, I always make them for the holidays too
    Angelica

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  15. My husbund and I love these, I always make them for the holidays too
    Angelica

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  16. Looks delicious !! I love Deviled eggs!

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  17. I love deviled eggs too. I brought them to the last party and they were gone in a half hour.

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  18. These look so delicious. We ordered some at a restaurant for an appetizer today and they were bad...I'll try your recipe. Thanks so much!

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  19. Mmmm! I love deviled eggs and yours are so pretty! I've never put relish in mine and that sounds really good! Hope you have a lovely week! xoxo

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  20. I really like deviled eggs too but sadly my kids don't so I don't make them very often. Serving them as a side dish at dinner is a fun idea though!

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  21. Really is there anything better than a good devilled egg? My family has them with every holiday meal. Love them.

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  22. I'm with you on the deviled eggs..LOVE them just about any way they're fixed. Yours looks sooo good.
    Visiting from Wow Us Wednesday.
    Happy Valentine's Day.
    Babs

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  23. LOVE them too! When I make them, they're gone:) Pinned your recipe. New follow. Follow back at http://www.sewsweetvintage.com/2013/02/lombard-gable.html

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  24. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm! I make them as a surprise for my family several times a year! They make an ordinary day seem like a holiday! Yours look DELICIOUS!

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  25. Yours are so pretty! Mine never looked this good, I' m going to try your trick!

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  26. (insert sad face here)

    I haven't had deviled eggs since I moved to the Middle East. It's hard to find Miracle Whip because of the pork content. I love deviled eggs.

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