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My family will be expecting traditional deviled eggs for Easter dinner. They are going to be surprised. I garnished with a tiny bit of fresh thyme. This recipe is perfect as is, I would have garnished with radishes, but did not have any on hand. I would imagine that they would have had a delightful crunch.

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Miss Fannie March 30, 2013

I've never been fond of most of the seasonings in conventional deviled eggs (mustard, relish, etc)... stumbled upon this recipe when I was looking for something different. It is definitely a keeper! Have made these a few times, and they always vanish quickly. :)

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Violet Star May 16, 2010

"Cackle Berries", one of my favorite fruits. This was very tasty. When I don't have raddishes I us Water Chestnuts. Nice crunch. Keep them recipes a-comin. Cap'n Jack

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Firehousecook AKA Cap'n Jack March 22, 2010

This was a huge hit at my party (I live in India so the flavors were truly appreciated). I didn't use radishes. I made a dozen eggs and they were polished off in short order (alot were eaten by us!). I will for sure make this again; very delicious and this would make a nice version of egg salad, too!

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WhoKnew? August 26, 2007

Different and really delicious. I didn't top with chopped radish, otherwise made as directed. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama April 17, 2009

Fabulous. Much better than the boring eggs. Thanks.

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aronsinvest April 05, 2009

These were delightful! I added a little extra garam masala and mango chutney. I am going to save this recipe for a pot luck, and make them with quail eggs instead of chicken eggs (quail eggs are smaller and easier to eat at a pot luck).

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everybody July 20, 2008

We doubled the recipe and made a few changes: a little less jalapenos, Rumtedum Sauce (#215504)instead of mango chutney, and green onions instead of radishes for the garnish. These disappeared quickly as part of a potluck. We will have to make them again soon so we can actually get to taste one! Thanks, Sandi.

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MA Blossom April 23, 2007

This recipe and two other deviled egg recipes are in the latest issue of Bon Appetit. They are all wonderful! For the chutney I chopped up a little bit of thawed mango chunks. I couldn't see buying a jar of it for as little as was required for the recipe. Really good wrapped up in steamed whole wheat tortillas! Thanks for sharing. cg

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COOKGIRl March 12, 2006
Garam Masala Deviled Eggs