Deviled Eggs

"This recipe was my Mother's and she taught me to make them. My sons and their families always request these eggs for all family get-together dinners."
 
Deviled Eggs created by Alana Kysar  Fix Fe
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  • Peel shells off cooled hard-boiled eggs; slice into halves lengthwise.
  • Remove yolks from whites and place in a small round bowl.
  • Mash yolks with a fork into fine pieces.
  • Add 2 heaping tablespoons Mayonnaise, yellow mustard, diced gherkins and finely chopped jalapeno (seeds removed), and salt and black pepper to taste.
  • Stir mixture until creamy.
  • Spoon mixture into a zip-lock sandwich bag; seal bag and snip off one corner of the bag.
  • Squeeze mixture out of corner of bag into egg white halves.
  • Sprinkle tops of filled deviled eggs with paprika.
  • Chill in refrigerator 1 to 2 hours or until cold before serving.
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  1. Francis B.
    Instead of gherkins I use chopped capers.
     
  2. Rob_Railsback
    My wife, from Illinois, is the queen of making deviled eggs. She does use mayo, but not any pickles or relish (or jalapenos) or Miracle Whip, God forbid. She does add a little garlic powder to the yolks, though. For flavor and presentation, she tops the finished eggs with a slice of black olive or a caper, sometimes both. The platter always comes back empty, too!
     
  3. traceemoo
    I make these all the time. I always use a mandolin to slice the jalapeño in paper thin slices to put on top. I do this because I make regular deviled eggs to. My new favorite way to prepare the filling is using Boursin cheese...therefore omitting mayo.
     
  4. stephen w.
    i use your recipe but I add sugar, garlic powder and CELERY SEED.
     
  5. Carl in Boston
    Many of the comments refer to Miracle Whip and pickle relish as though the recipe includes those ingredients. Yet, the recipe as shown does not include either. Has the recipe that is now shown, been altered since being posted originally? If so, that should be noted. If not, then why are so many people 'altering' them out, when they were never called for to begin with? It's surely a puzzlement to me.
     
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