Yummy Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs

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This is such a quick, simple recipe and the results are oh, so good. I always make at least a dozen and can’t stop eating them until they are gone! I know I can always count on having these at every family gathering and there are never left-overs. Half our family enjoys a splash of apple cider vinegar stirred into the yolk mixture, the other half likes them just as they are. We always have two trays of eggs during the holiday get-togethers for this reason. Never too many deviled eggs!

Yummy Deviled Eggs
Serves:     6        Preheat Oven Temp:  N/A

Ingredients List
6 large eggs, hard boiled
3 Tb. mayonnaise
1 tsp. yellow mustard (dijon mustard works well too)
1/4 tsp. black pepper
1 tsp. sweet pickle juice
1Tb. chopped sweet pickles or relish


1 Cut each hard boiled egg in half length-wise and remove yolks to a bowl. Set halves aside
in shallow dish.
2 Using a fork, mash the yolks to a small granular size.
3 Add the remaining ingredients.
4 Stir to combine the filling into a smooth texture.
5 Scoop with a spoon, filling each egg halve until well rounded.
6 Sprinkle with paprika and salt and pepper to taste.

Hints and Tips
~ To perfectly hardboil eggs, put them in a pan of cold water, bring to a boil and turn off the heat. Leave the eggs in the pan until the water is cool enough to remove the eggs. Eggs with gray or green coloring around the yolks are overcooked.

~ Although I have never tried it myself, a lot of people use a pastry bag or simple Ziplock bag to squeeze the filling into the egg halves.


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