Deviled Tuna Eggs

READY IN: 20mins
Recipe by David04

This sounds unusual, but I always loved putting boiled eggs in my tuna, so I just turned it inside out. Since there are no egg yolks, it is better for the cholesteral. It is also super high in protein. Did I also say, it is delicious.

Top Review by Ang11002

I made these today on a lazy Sunday afternoon and my 9 yr old scarfed them down. The instructions could use some work as it said to boil 6 eggs but to only stuff 4 of them. I assumed the other 2 were to be diced and added to the tuna salad but I thought that would be overkill and only used 1 additional egg. I may add some mustard next time but other than that, these were great. Thanks for posting. :)

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Boil 6 eggs. Place eggs in cold water.
  2. While eggs cool, mix tuna, diced onion, salt, pepper and mayonaisse together.
  3. Once the eggs are cool, peel and slice in half lengthwise. Gently remove and discard yolks.
  4. Spoon tuna mixture into the cavity of each egg until the mixture is gone, allowing the exess tuna to pile on top of the egg halves.
  5. Serve chilled.

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