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    I modified my mom's deviled egg recipe. Note do NOT use Miracle Whip for this recipe.

    Recipe #220418

    4 Reviews |  By xtine

    I make these for every family dinner and for most other parties and barbecues as well. Mine are a bit spicier than others - the key ingredient is the cumin. Don't leave it out, because it's what makes these so delicious. For the seasoning salt, I like to use Herbamare or Tony Chachere's, and for the mayo, Duke's or Hellman's is preferred. Regarding the eggs - for my hard boiled eggs, I use eggs that are a week old. There is nothing wrong with week-old eggs (provided they have been kept refrigerated), and they have the delightful quality of being peelable, unlike their fresher sisters. NOTE: if you plan on filling these by using a cake decorating tip, make sure the pickle and green onions are very finely minced - you might want to run them through a food processor or blender to get them fine enough. Otherwise, they could clog up the tip. Also, the garnishes listed below are all optional, so use at your own discretion. Most people don't use caviar unless they're trying to out-fancy someone else. I personally prefer chives. Ladies and Gentlemen, get out your deviled egg plates!

    Recipe #211858

    These eggs are really different from your standard hard boiled eggs and my kids love to have the in their bentos. The trick is to only medium boil the eggs initially and then crack or peel them and finish them off in the soy sauce broth. I use the smallest eggs I can find to do these, so that my kids can have two eggs and I don't have to feel guilty. The eggs aren't supposed to be overwhelmingly seasoned, but if that's what you're looking for, leave them in the broth for a longer period after boiling. I routinely double the recipe by increasing the number of eggs, but leave the amount of the broth ingredients the same.

    Recipe #188795

    This lovely recipe, from Cooking Light, is great served with a fruit salad. Good for breakfast or dinner!

    Recipe #169224

    Eggs paired with zesty salsa and warm corn tortillas create a hearty breakfast, brunch or dinner entrée. Refried beans, avocado, cilantro, green onion and sour cream make up the CIA's interpretation of this dish. To complement the heat of this spicy combination, serve with a side of chilled sliced fruit. The following recipe suggests fried eggs, although you can prepare them scrambled or poached. The rich and creamy texture of the avocado supplies a flawless garnish. This recipe is from The Culinary Institute of America's Cooking at Home with the CIA.

    Recipe #129203

    I have been poaching eggs in the microwave for many years. For me this is the best way to prepare poached eggs for 2. It is quick, easy and almost foolproof. Please make sure you use a toothpick to pierce the yolk before cooking or it will explode!

    Recipe #118761


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