Instead of brown mustard I tried two other types of mustards because of my son and what I had on hand. Honey mustard gives it a sweet taste and Dijon mustard gives it more "adult" taste to it.
egg 101,are a good 0ne, simple for the kids to do, a lot of potential, and I'm sure other will be make it again. You could modify this recipe to any style deviled egg recipe,you like.
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These are very good. I usually don't add any spices except salt and pepper, but will certainly do so from now on. I loved the extra flavor the celery salt and onion powder added. Thanks for sharing.
Made today for our 4th of July BBQ and received many compliments. My first attempt at Deviled Eggs and it was a hit! What I like most about this recipe is it's simple and since I usually stock all of the ingredients it's something I'll always be able to whip up last minute. Kudos! :)
A very basic but good recipe for deviled eggs.
These were superb! I doubled the recipe, and piped the egg yolk mixture back into the whites. I like the addition of celery salt, but next time, I'll halve the amount to make the taste a tad more subtle. Thanks for sharing, Debbie!
I made these tonight to go with pot roast and Broccoli Macaroni Salad and loved them! I topped each deviled egg with a green olive. Great! Thanks Debbie!!!