Russian Eggs With Horseradish Sauce

"A different and interesting way to eat eggs. The cooking time includes the 30 minute chilling time."
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  • Cut eggs in halves and place on a platter.
  • Blend the rest of ingredients together and pour over the eggs.
  • Chill for about 30 minutes before serving.

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  1. This was a very different but delicious way to serve hard boiled eggs. I would definitely increase the horseradish next time b/c I love the kick it gives food. Other than that, verrrrrrrrrrrry tasty. Even my 9 yr old liked it. :)
  2. How easy was this not having to scoop out the yolk? Delicious and very easy to prepare! Homemade mayo, Tillamook sour cream and fresh dill from our herb garden for garnish. Next time I'll try beet- horseradish to see what that tastes like. Reviewed for Veg Tag 2010.
  3. This is a pretty cool use for hard-boiled eggs. I used reduced-fat ingredients and added a little extra horseradish. They looked very cute sitting om a bed of baby spinach. Thanx for this recipe. It'll be very handy for the after-Easter eggs!
  4. Very good! My DH especially liked these. Thank You!!
  5. Very good and tasty! I used more horseradish cause I like it spicier. With a green salad it was a great low fat lunch. Thanks for sharing!


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