Ali's Dill Pickle Deviled Eggs

Total Time
40mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

I'm one of those people who doesn't like sweet relish or sweet mayonnaise. This recipe has been passed down from my grandmother to my mother, and now to me. It has been a favorite since I can remember. No matter how many eggs we make (we've even made 3 dozen for 10 people), there's never any left! Hope you like it!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Boil eggs for approximately 20 minutes
  2. Once eggs are hard, drain water and allow eggs to cool.
  3. You may also let them sit in cold water for 15 minutes.
  4. Peel eggs then cut them long wise.
  5. Set hardened egg whites to the side.
  6. Put egg yolks in a small to medium size mixing bowl.
  7. Mash yolks with a fork.
  8. Add mayonnaise, mustard, relish, and salt.
  9. Stir until all ingredients are blended and a thick, creamy texture is achieved.
  10. Take a small spoon (one that you eat with) and spoon a small mound of yolk mix into the hardened egg whites.
  11. Once all of the yolk has been used, sprinkle paprika over the top of all eggs.
  12. There you have it! Dill Pickled Deviled Eggs!
Most Helpful

Thank You, Thank You! for this recipe! I thought I was the only one who didn't like sweet relish. When I was a teen (about 30 years ago), my favorite deviled eggs had a pickle taste. I wasn't sure what I had had until I found this recipe. I didn't put any salt in when I made these and less mayo and used yellow mustard because that is what I like.
Thanks again.

Becky Beth December 07, 2012

We really enjoyed the flavor of these eggs...but I did find them on the runny side...I would suggest adding in the mayo a little at a time and not all at once...I even used jumbo eggs...love the use of the dill relish and I used spicy mustard. Thanks for posting. Made for Fall PAC 2011 :)

teresas October 12, 2011

These tasted really good. I noticed that others mentioned that they were a little salty tasting. Mine were also but I thought that was because I was a little heavy handed on the salt measurement. Next time I will 'season to taste' with the salt after all of the other ingredients have been mixed together. I will use this recipe next time I bring deviled eggs to a pot luck.

Marie Nixon February 02, 2011