5 Reviews

I found this recipe years ago from a different site, and I am asked all the time to make deviled eggs for parties and gatherings. I used to be able to find the "tarragon infused champagne" vinegar, and it was really excellent. Now I cannot, and it is such a shame. The recipe is still really good, but I haven't settled on a replacement vinegar yet. I may try infusing some of my own vinegar one day.

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KymarahD February 18, 2013

These are different and good but I don't think I like the tarragon flavor a lot. There is nothing wrong with the recipe just personal taste. Made for 1,2,3 hit wonders 2007

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Lavender Lynn November 28, 2007

Went through most of the 197 recipes for deviled eggs, and this one is, to my taste, the very best. Love it--just a little variation from the standeard. easy to make.

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browni10 July 24, 2007

I also used white vinegar with tarragon added in. These were really good and the flavors melded perfectly. This made a very nice change from plain old deviled eggs. Thanks for sharing.

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Dreamgoddess November 24, 2005

Made these using white wine vinegar and added a sprig of tarragon the day before to infuse since I cannot get champagne vinegar. The flavors were subtle but all there, I especially liked the hint of curry powder. Served them not as an appetizer but with grilled tuna, potato sald and broccoli. I also, like yourself, just sliced them lengthwise.

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Pets'R'us June 16, 2005
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