My grandmother taught me to make these deviled eggs. They are easy but not lacking in taste. If you want to jazz them up just add some pickle relish.
Simple and tasty. I added a dash of hot sauce to the filling and would add a little more salt next time. DH and I both really enjoyed them. Thanks for sharing.
I made these to impress my BF and he loved them. For the last few eggs, I added a dash of hot sauce to the filling to spice them up a bit. Not bad for my first try at deviled eggs.
Just like moms! Bring on the picnics! YUM
This is the only way I ever make my deviled eggs....
Update: to color the whites of the eggs, just use good food coloring and a tsp. of cider vinegar. Put whites into food coloring and then lay out on paper napkins to dry....looks beautiful and does not change the taste in any way...
This is the pure-perfect recipe for terrific deviled eggs. It's the only way I ever make them.
ohh man. I've always loved your deviled eggs, mom! Dad can't stand 'em though so I guess I'll just have to make them for myself. :]
Believe it or not, DH, hasn't ever tried or even heard of deviled eggs. I thought they were big in England. Guess I was wrong. Anyway, I decided to stick with the classes and make this PERFECT version.
This is one of the classic ways I have been making deviled eggs for years with perhaps just a bit more mayo to make it creamier and less thick. Nobody complains, and they always disappear. Thanks for posting!
Simple, fast, and easy. These eggs are simply delicious!! I followed the recipe and just added a bit of chopped dill pickle and garnished with paprika and they were AMAZING! This is now my go to recipe for deviled eggs!! YUMM!