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These went over great for bunko tonight. I cut down the mustard to 1 T because we aren't big fans. I didn't use the onions because of peoples preferences. I have never added pickly relish before but it was a great addition. Made for 2010 Favorites.

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Lavender Lynn March 03, 2011

Very tasty--nice and mustardy. I used jumbo eggs. I don't think I've ever had relish in deviled eggs before; it's a nice touch. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl December 21, 2010

Made a double batch of these to take to work for a in-office luncheon. I used homemade sweet pickle relish and used regular yellow onions. Everyone raved over these and have been asked for the recipe by some folks. Made for Football Pool 2013.

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Maryland Jim December 01, 2013

I left out one tablespoon of mustard because I was concerned it would be too much for us, I am glad I did. I used sweet pickle relish and I think overall it was just a bit too tangy for us. Also I think I should have drained the relish some because my filling was too runny. My daughters loved them and finished them off before Daddy got home to try them.

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Margie99 April 25, 2014

Thank you for sharing this tasty recipe breezermom. My dh was over the moon, he loves deviled eggs and doesn't get them often. So this was a nice surprise for him. He declared them the best deviled eggs he has ever tried. I had to agree, so much flavor, and a really nice texture, they were incredible. The vinegar, mustard and sweet onion were a nice addition. I did use the cayenne pepper addition. Made for Photo Tag

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Baby Kato March 12, 2014

Delicious stuffed eggs! We really enjoyed the touch of vinegar and the pickled relish...I used dill...these are really quick to prepare if you have boiled eggs hanging out in the frig...I plan to cut back on the mayo next time because I like my yolk mixture on the dry side and with the addition of the vinegar in was a tad bit to runny for us...thanks for posting the recipe...=)

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teresas August 08, 2013

I love deviled eggs. I boiled 1 extra egg for the yolk and ate the extra white empty. I like to really "stuff" em! I used dill weed and followed the recipe otherwise. These were perfect! Thanks for posting breezermom. Made for Everyday is a Holiday. Great PARTY food!

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ElaineAnn December 16, 2010

Yum! DH loves his deviled eggs and he thought these were terrific! I left out the onions as I don't care for them, and I used the dill option. Creamy, flavorful, delicious - thanks for sharing the recipe!

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loof October 12, 2010

This was my first attempt at deviled eggs. I love deviled eggs, but I can't say that these were as good as others I have had. I halved the recipe and I thought that they were way too mustard-y and my BF thought that they were way too mayonnaise-y. Either way there wasn't quite enough egg yolk for the mixture. I would use jumbo eggs next time. Thanks for giving me a great recipe to try for my first deviled eggs! Made for Holiday Tag.

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KellyMac6 March 13, 2010

DEEELICIOUS!!! I LOVE them! I might make them without vinegar net time, but STILL! A GREAT recipe!!

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mypupnamedMaybe February 13, 2010
Delicious Southern Style Deviled Eggs