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Delicious deviled eggs that promise to be a hit at any barbeque, potluck, or family gathering!
"Love deviled eggs to me there better then any regular boiled eggs. Always wanted a good recipe for the eggs and i've found one now when my little cousin come over for easter its gonna be heven on earth. Because were gonna eat something different then plane boiled eggs"
Place eggs in stock pot and fill with water at least one inch above eggs. Cover pot and heat on high heat until water boils. Remove from heat and let stand, tightly covered, about 15-20 minutes. Run eggs under cold water until cool enough to shell.
Shell eggs and cut in half lengthwise.
Separate yolks into a medium sized bowl and mash with a fork. Add mayonnaise until mixture is smooth (add more mayonnaise as necessary). Add mustard and a pinch of sugar. Mix well.
Spoon yolks into whites. Sprinkle with paprika (optional).
I have two tips for you with this one! First, to decrease the chance of your eggs cracking while boiling, before placing eggs in the pot, pierce each egg at the bottom with a small straight pin. Second, after completing yolk mixture, spoon into a large freezer bag. Cut the tip from one corner and pipe the mixture through the hole into the egg whites.
PEH16 1y agoI am going to make these any tips?
heyjil44 2y agoI love this recipe, simple & delicious!
thebeautifulanna 2y agoMade this for the first time for my family and it was gone in seconds. :)
leekl 2y agoI'm confused. Is it really 2171 calories for 6 eggs???
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