Deviled Eggs

"This old favorite is always snapped up at any luncheon, buffet dinner or backyard party. So-o good! A good variation on this is to eliminate the cayenne and add a bit of prepared mustard to mix, then top each egg with paprika and a slice of stuffed green olive. For those of you who might like caviar, you can use red roe in the mix and it's delicious."
 
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photo by Sharon123 photo by Sharon123
Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
24
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ingredients

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directions

  • cut eggs lengthwise, scoop out yolks, place in bowl.
  • add onion and sweet or dill pickle relish.
  • add mayonnaise to bind, plus salt.
  • mix well and finally add a pinch of cayenne-- go easy!
  • cover and refrigerate until time to eat.

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Reviews

  1. Michael L.
    Along with dry mustard powder, add 1 tsp worcestershire sauce, pinch of celery salt ,and a pinch of garlic powder..........
     
  2. lazyme
    Yummy and simple eggs. I added a little bit of prepared mustard to the mix and everyone loved them. Thanks Stella Mae for a great appetizer. Made for Cookbook Tag.
     
  3. Sharon123
    I made these up for Easter dinner, quartering the recipe. Thanks for a yummy recipe!
     
  4. Margaret Button
    Good tasting eggs and easy to fix.
     
  5. Starlita
    These are very good :) Stella Mae! I figured you were from Texas with that recipe! I make them like this and also add a little prepared mustard and sometimes omit the onions. Simple and yummy!
     
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Tweaks

  1. Michael L.
    Along with dry mustard powder, I added 1 tsp worcestershire sauce, a pinch of celery salt in place of salt, a pinch of garlic powder and a thinly sliced stuffed olive to top each egg....You won't be able to eat just one!
     

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