Gourmet Deviled Eggs

"This is not your standard deviled egg recipe. A wonderful appetizer for a cocktail party or a nice touch for an elegant buffet table."
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12 portions




  • Cook potatoes in small pot of boiling salted water until tender, about 10 mins.
  • Drain Peel and halve cooked eggs lengthwise.
  • Place 4 yolk halves in bowl.
  • Discard remaining yolks.
  • Add potatoes, sour cream, lemon juice, red onion, 2 teaspoons dill, and mustard to yolks.
  • Mash with fork until smooth.
  • Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  • Fill egg white halves with seasoned yok mixture.
  • Garnish each egg with salmon strip.
  • Top with pinch of remaining dill.

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  1. These are nice. They give a elegant touch to the appetizer plate or table. The flavor is nice and improves with 2-3 hours in the fridge.


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