I don't think I'll ever make the ordinary ho hum deviled eggs again. With this recipe and other deviled eggs recipes on Zaar there just is no need to be ho hum with deviled eggs again. Thanks Manda
At first I thought these were a bit too potent. However, they did mellow overnight, and I enjoyed them more the next day. Some guidance about the amount of salt would have been helpful. I will probably not make these again (commercial horseradish sauce is full of awful ingredients, and I don't use it enough to bother making my own). Thank you for the recipe, though.
Awesome! I made these Deviled eggs to use up all of our dyed easter eggs. This was perfect. I put all the yolks and ingredients in a quart bag and had fun mushing it all together.Then I cut a hole on the bottom corner and squirted it into my eggs. Thanks for sharing Manda.
These are PERFECT, especially because they feed my horseradish addiction so nicely. My new go-to eggs from now on!
I liked the addition of horseradish and the zing it provided
This is a great recipe. I used this as a base and added my own tweaks. I used less horseradish because I was serving kids, but the half tablespoon I used added a really nice kick that my previous attempts at deviled eggs did not have. I also always add a little sour cream along with the mayo for a creamy filling. Next time I need to double the recipe as everyone ate them up quickly. Kids were going back for seconds and thirds!
Made these for Easter Dinner. My dinner guest ate but did not rave over them. My DH said, don't make them again. I thought they were ok. My family wanted more flavor. I'm not a connoisseur of deviled eggs but supposedly they are a new rave in New York, so my son and daughter-in-law were looking for something with more "pop"
First time my deviled eggs were kissed by horseradish - very good. Made for TOTM "Props".
These were a great change from my usual deviled eggs. Everyone loved them. Will make these again and again I'm sure! Thanks for a great twist on an old recipe!