Absolutly delicious! I agree with You! These are the best Deviled Eggs I've ever had! A neat trick with deviled eggs is put everything but the whites in a zip-lock bag and knead the bag 'til throughly mixed. cut a lower corner off of the bag and pipe the filling into the whites. No fuss! No muss! No torn whites!To clean up, throw away the bag.
Hands down the best deviled eggs I've ever made - period! The flavor of the filling is just amazing. I'm never disappointed when the recipe is from Kittencal, you just can't go wrong.
I made these for appetizers on Christmas Day. They were a hit! I thought I had made too many-over 24-but they were all gone very quickly. As suggested, I used more egg yolks than whites for the filling-definitely helped! I also added a little Tabasco to spice them up a bit. Thanks for the recipe!
Wow! I've never made my eggs like this......just chop up some onion, pickle, add salt, pepper, little garlic and mayo. DH has always praised them(and me). So I was a bit skeptical about adding all these ingredients, but after all it is a Kittencal recipe.....so I forged ahead.....I tasted one when I was finished and wasn't too impressed. An hour later I tasted again, and then again, and again! These really do get better and better - I can see why you recommend making a day early. And then DH tasted them....oh my...he raved and raved. We ate all but two of them yesterday. I just ate the last two (not hungry but they were calling my name) and they were even tastier today! I am actually thinking about making another batch! Super recipe Kitten!
Eggs have always been hard to transport for me (big family-lots of eggs) So I make the yokes the nite before and put in a zip lock bag. I put the whites in another bag and when I get to where I am going, I put the whites on a plate, cut a small slit in the zip lock bag and squeeze. These were very good. Thanks
I tasted this at home and worried about the garlic. I added optional garlic and used seasoning salt, and I tasted them and thought maybe too overbearing (very critical of food I take to gatherings). I put filling in a gallon bag and when I got there piped it into egg whites. I got rave reviews. I also used freshly gathered eggs from our chickens, but I think the fresh eggs and great recipe were a hit. Thanks kittencal again for a slam dunk keeper. I boiled fresh eggs (<24 hours old in already boiling salted water, lowered in carefully with slotted spoon, for 14 minutes then ice bath to cool, peels like a dream, even fresh).
I was looking for a new recipe for my deviled eggs for family picnic. I tried this one and Kittencal;s cheese deviled eggs. I made them both and took them to my picnic. I came back with empty plates. Thank you, Kittencal for sharing these recipes. As always, I can count on your recipes to be good. When I see your name on a recipe, I know it will be worth my time reading and making!
Just made these deviled eggs for a pre dinner snack while my honey I'd barbecuing and WOW! They are perfectly delicious! I
I made these for the first time yesterday for a NYE party. They were gone within an hour. People told me they were the best they ever had. I used the green onion and I used regular mustard because I did not have the dry mustard. I will definitely make these again. Thanks Kittencal! Happy New Year!
Thank you for sharing this tasty recipe. If your tired of the same old deviled eggs, whip up a double batch of these little devils...so good. I made them as written except had no dried chives on hand...so I grated a teaspoon of onion. Brought them as an appetizer for thanksgiving and they were devoured before everyone had arrived.. I wish I would have made more! sooooo goood