Marshall's Deviled Eggs

Total Time
15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

This recipe comes from a confirmed bachelor that went to our church for years...all his life I think. He lived to a ripe old age on these eggs and they were a staple at every church potluck and get together. Every time I eat a deviled egg, I think of Marshall...even if it isn't HIS recipe. He would be very happy to know his recipe is being passed on to make lots of other people happy!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Halve cooled boiled eggs.
  2. Remove yolks from whites and put yolks in separate container.
  3. Add the spices and the sunflower seeds, salad dressing, water and vinegar to the yolks.
  4. When well blended spoon into the egg whites, and sprinkle with the parsley and enjoy.
  5. Cool your dish in the fridge before putting finished eggs on it.

Reviews

(3)
Most Helpful

These were flavorful. I did use the oregano (fresh), and used mayonaise (I don't do Miracle Whip). I would suggest omitting the water and increasing the Mayo to 1/4 cup. I mixed the seasonings into the egg yolks, but mixed the vinegar, water and mayo seperately and then added to the yolk/seasonings.

Leta May 23, 2003

The sunflower seeds seemed out of place in this dish & I found the filling to be too tart. I'm used to deviled eggs being on the sweet side but if you prefer savoury, then this is for you!

CountryLady March 31, 2003

Good. I enjoyed the flavors of the herbs in the filling, however the vinegar made these very sour. I also did not care for the texture of the seeds inside the filling; I would have preferred them as a garnish on top instead. I also felt that there was not quite enough mayo and agree with the previous reviewer who suggested omitting the water and increasing the mayo.

HeatherFeather October 04, 2004

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