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eggggggggggggsellent! the first deviled eggs that I ever liked! I make them for the family and always think how ikky they are, I made this recipe because I only had Miracle Whip in the house from some other recipe I made awhile ago, I really, really liked these... while I am usually an anti pickle in a recipe kinda girl, I have to say that I think that is what made these so good! Wow,I have aquired a taste for brussel sprouts and deviled eggs all in one year.... what's next? liver???? ;P

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Donna April 21, 2003

I made these to take to my son's Memorial Day ccokout. I quadrupled the recipe, used a little less sweet picke relish, and added a little horseradish sauce. These eggs were gobbled up in a flash. I didn't have any leftover to take home. Made for Diabetic Cooking Tag Game.

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Crafty Lady 13 May 31, 2011

I have to echo others' comments: these are just like the deviled eggs I've always made, except I never added the mustard. Your recipe gives me a way to zing them up without making them dry. Excellent! Thank you.

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ninja March 12, 2004

Good base recipe, though those of us that do not like Miracle Whip would substitute mayonnaise or plain yogurt. If you like your food bland, you can leave it like it is. Add a bit of dry mustard, hot peppers, onion, or hot sauce if you like them spicy (after all, that is what "deviled" means).

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phdr2010 July 13, 2014

My grandmother taught me her recipe. We use Hellman's real mayo in our house. Its way less sweet and has no HFCS. Next we are purists and take no shortcuts like this recipe does. First of all, you get a quality gherkin instead of relish. My favorie is the German imported gherkins from World Market. You do the basic prep the same exept you chop up the gherkins to tiny pieces. Mix the cooked yoke with mayo, mustard, and the gherkins. Sprinkle with some paprika. Cut a large olive in two and place a half on the top. Now its a gourmet egg.

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Mike L. May 29, 2014

OLD SCHOOL! My recipe is superior: Use half and half brown mustard and regular mustard. Use Worchester sauce. And use Balsamic Vinegar. The paprika can be spinkled on last. Add mayonaise just a bit because we just want a creamy smooth texture. Miracle Whip has MSG, not good and it's cheating. You could add a dash of garlic or onion powder but it should be as good as it gets.

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John S. April 25, 2014

This is the exact recipe I've been making for years (with Miracle Whip, not mayo). A friend of the family taught it to me when I was 13 and I've been making them ever since. They are known as my specialty for family gatherings.

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Aslana April 24, 2014

Very good

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drjoanlovell April 23, 2014

These are so good!

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909692 April 22, 2014

These are absolutely delicious! I used homemade zesty zucchini relish in place of pickle relish and also added a small splash of worcestershire sauce. I used mayo and dijon mustard. I loved the method too - the whites were super easy to fill using the sandwich bag. It made my first time making deviled eggs really easy and pleasant. Now I'll have to work at not inhaling them! =)

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Nevdiliel April 22, 2014
Deviled Eggs