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Deviled Eggs

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Deviled Eggs are a true southern classic side dish. I can’t think of a time that it was not served at a Thanksgiving meal, Christmas Dinner, or dinner on Easter Sunday. You can also find these at church social gatherings etc. They are delicious and Deviled Eggs are so easy to make. Follow along as my wife and I share how easy it is to make Deviled Eggs.

Deviled Eggs

To see how easy they are to make, watch the video below.

Yield: 12 people

Deviled Eggs

How to make Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs combine boiled eggs and the center mixed with mayo and mustard that makes a filling that goes back in the center of the egg. They are a true Southern Classic that you should try!

Prep Time 30 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes

Ingredients

  • 6 boiled eggs
  • 1 tablespoon Mayonnaise, We prefer Dukes but use what ever brand you prefer.
  • 1/2 tablespoon Prepared Yellow Mustard
  • Salt an Pepper to taste
  • Garnish with Paprika

Instructions

  1. Start by peeling 6 boiled eggs.
  2. Cut them in half longways and remove the center. Place Centers in a bowl. If you have a Deviled egg tray, place your eggs in them. If not, place them on a flat tray or dish.
  3. Add centers to a bowl and mash them up. A fork works great for this.
  4. Add mayo and mustard to the bowl and mix well.
  5. Add in salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Add filling to each egg.

Notes

A few notes: You can add a little paprika on top for some color and presentation.
Also, you can place them in the refrigerator before serving as they are best served cold. 

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

12

Serving Size:

1 grams

Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g

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Robert L Elliott

Wednesday 1st of March 2023

It's not southern style if there are not sweet pickles in it.

Ronnie Williams

Thursday 2nd of March 2023

Hey Robert, I would have to politely disagree with you on that. This is why food is so subjective. What you grew up eating in your part of the country may be different than mine. I am most definitely born and raised in the south and most of the people that I know in the south that make Egg Salad either add dill pickles or none at all. I do list sweet pickles and Dill pickles as optional ingredients in the recipe though as well as some other ingredients that would make it awesome like Old Bay Seasoning. Either way, thanks so much for taking the time to comment. I appreciate it.

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