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Made this recipe today and it was a hit!!!
turn out great. made me look like a chef lol. thanks
Made this for a friends and family dinner. I followed the recipe. the only thing I did differently was that I sprinkled some bacon bits on top for crunch and added flavor. They were a big hit…thanks!
I didn’t have Dijon so I used horseradish mustard and it came out so good!
I prefer the instant pot 5-5-5 method for “hard boiled” eggs. Perfect peel nearly every time. Good recipe. Easy to add things your family likes… bacon bits, relish, etc.
Steaming method was amazing – now maybe I won’t avoid making these
I tried the steaming method and it didn’t work for me! Peeling the shells now takes clumps of the white with it… so bummed!!! I had such high hopes!
Hi Beth, that’s so weird! Steaming eggs has been absolutely no-fail for me. Are you sure you had the water at a rolling boil? And that the eggs were right at the level where the water was bubbling? You need the eggs to be close to the source of the steam where the steam has the most energy and ability to penetrate the egg shells.
Beth, use older eggs. Fresh eggs are the culprit not the cooking method.
We always use pickle relish or chopped sweet pickles and a little pickle juice. No onions
Oooh that sounds good!
Made this today.. it was very good.
I get rave reviews from curry and mayo!
I love the bunny plate so much! What is it and where is it from?
It is daring, isn’t it? We’ll see if Elise chimes in, but if you do a search on eBay, you’ll see more variations on that style. It may just have to remain a mystery.
Hi Robin, isn’t that plate fun? It’s reproduction Dedham Pottery. There used to be a store in West Concord, MA, that sold it, but the store has since closed. You can do a Google search or Ebay or Etsy to find pieces when they occasionally come up for sale.
Oh, thank you. I found one!
i think this is a great basic Deviled Eggs recipe. Explains all the steps clearly! I’m one cook whose not had to make them before…
How in the world are photos of eggs copyrighted ?
Hi, Gail! We shoot all our recipes ourselves, and as the photographers, own the copyright to our work. Hope that helps clarify!
For my deviled eggs, I also use deviled ham in the mix. Makes a hearty, healthy snack.
Been steaming my eggs for years… Wouldn’t do it any other way! My family likes sweet deviled eggs, so my recipe is quick easy and delicious. I use Mrs. Clark’s salad dressing, yellow mustard, and a few pinches of sugar. Unfortunately I am a dump and pour cook so I don’t have measurements For you but it’s pretty easy to see the thickness you want and taste the sweetness you want . Start by mixing your salad dressing and mustard together until the color and consistency look right and then add a few pinches of sugar tasting with each pinch. When the dressing tastes right Just add the crushed up egg yolk and put it in your egg whites. Quick easy and delicious! It doesn’t matter how many dozen I take to potlucks they are always gone. Enjoy!
Nice, simple recipe that becomes tastier with a few tweaks. I used chipotle mayo and tobasco, and I used chives from my garden. I added one extra teaspoon of chipotle mayo, and these were much tastier the second time around than using normal mayo and tobacco on my first try. Fleur de Sel salt was also a great addition, and this turned out better than the first try following the filling recipe exactly.
Never heard of steaming for easy peel, will try this!!! I add some sweet pickle relish to the mix, everyone loves them, not too much relish though!!!
Yes! I do the same! :)
Just made this for Easter Sunday and it was sooo delicious!!! Thank you!! I followed all the steps as well. Would make again!
I made them tonight for Easter at my mothers tomorrow. I used 1/2 mayonnaise and 1/2 horseradish sauce along with the mustard . It gave it an wonderful zing and the family couldn’t resist them!! Needles to say, I’m making another batch to take over to moms .
Steaming the eggs was a total success. Amended the recipe a bit using Dukes mayonnaise (since it is tart from the red cider vinegar already), German hot mustard, a dash of Worcestershire, a dash of Tabasco, and about a tablespoon of wasabi paste. Then instead of paprika on top, I sprinkled Tajin Classico seasoning. Yummy!