I love Boursin and I love deviled eggs... so I wondered what would happen if I combined the two. Answer: This! It's delicious and very creamy. You can buy Boursin or use one of the recipes on Recipezaar to make your own. I stuffed the eggs (thus the name) pretty full with the filling, so if you like less filling, you might want to have some extra eggs on hand to stuff :)
- Combine Boursin and sour cream in a bowl and mix until smooth.
- Halve the eggs length-wise and add the yolks to the Boursin mixture.
- Mash yolks into the mixture and combine well.
- Stuff Boursin mixture into the egg white halves.
GORGEOUS! So simple and yet such a great idea for tasty stuffed eggs, we love these! I made 4 - for the two of us - and served them with Floral Garnish Without the Flowers (Dedicated to Bergy) and a side salad of mixed leaves with crusty bread. Made for the Mediterranean event in the Photo's forum and the Veg'N'Swap event, April 2010. Thanks starry! FT:-)
A fabulous decadent twist on your typical deviled eggs. Like several other reviewers, I added a bit of salt and pepper to the filling. You might also have to adjust the amount of sour cream to get the correct consistency for the filling. I don't make deviled eggs often, but this is now my go to recipe. Thanks Starry.
We thought these were tasty and a good idea! Made as written. Made for Veg 'N Swap tag!