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Devil Up An Angelic Appetizer, The Best Devil Eggs Ever

Updated on June 24, 2013

Deviled Eggs have earned their place in the finger foods hall of fame. And one reason they are so popular is because they can be made in so many different ways. At your next barbecue, dinner, or family party why not go beyond the traditional boring deviled eggs and instead use a little taco sauce, pesto, or fresh grated Parmesan Cheese. You can easily create your own signature deviled eggs that will have people begging for more.

Let me tell you a easy way to make devil eggs. Take a large zip lock plastic bag and add your egg yolks, and other filling ingredients to it. Now roll the top of the bag down and up to remove any excess air and then seal up the bag. Take your hands and knead and squeeze the bag to mix all the ingredients together well. Once you know that all your ingredients are well mixed together place it in the refrigerator overnight to allow your ingredients to blend and your flavors to come together well. Cover your egg white shells and keep them in the refrigerator overnight. The next day just cut a small corner off the plastic bag and you can squeeze the filling out into your egg white shells.

Or you can easily take your deviled eggs to a picnic or dinner and have then look beautiful. Just take your egg mixture in the bag with you in a ice chest or cooler along with your egg whites and put your deviled eggs together there.

If you and your children love deviled eggs you just have to have the new product called Eggies. It lets you boil your eggs with out the shells. And if you take the time to think just a little bit outside the box there are all kinds of things you can do with the Eggies product.

One thing is you can mix your raw eggs, crisp cooked bacon and shredded cheese in the food processor and then pour it out into your Eggies cups , put on the tops and boil the most unusual eggs you will ever taste. Don't forget to add salt and pepper. You could also try a little curry powder, cayenne pepper or powdered mustard. I guarantee you that once people taste these they will think they are the most unusual and delicious boiled eggs they have ever tasted. And there are all kinds of other unusual things you can do with making unusual boiled eggs with your Eggies product.



A Deliciously Devilish Deviled Egg Recipe

Let me tell you about some of the most delicious deviled eggs you will ever taste. I made this recipe for a dozen eggs which will give you 24 deviled egg half's but you can adjust it to however many deviled eggs you need.

1. One Dozen Eggs which will give you twenty four egg white shells to stuff.

2. One Half Cucumber peeled and pureed in the food processor.

3. Four Tablespoons Sour Cream.

4. Two Tablespoons Fresh Dill Chopped Fine.

5. The Twelve Egg Yolks From The Above Boiled Eggs.

Mix everything together well and then fill your egg white shells. You can sprinkle the tops of your filled deviled eggs with paprika. You will find that you will have some very unusual delightfully delicious deviled eggs unlike any that you have tasted before.

The Devils Own Deviled Eggs Recipe

If you like a little fire in your deviled eggs then here is a recipe the Devil himself would love. This recipe calls for jalapeno and habanero peppers and they will give your deviled eggs a delicious fiery flavor.

For Your Recipe You Will Need.

1. One Jalapeno Pepper with the seeds and membranes removed.

2, One Habanero Pepper with the seeds and membranes removed.

3. One Fourth Cup Of Mayonnaise.

4. One Teaspoon Yellow Mustard.

5. The Egg Yolks From One Dozen Boiled Eggs.

Chop your peppers up very fine. Then mix all your ingredients together in a bowl. Be sure that you mix all your ingredients together very well. If you boiled a dozen eggs you should have 24 egg white shells to fill. Once you fill your egg whites place them on a deviled egg plate or on a plate and wrap and chill them in the refrigerator. These eggs will be hot and excellent with beer. Use care not to touch your face with your hands when you are working with hot peppers. Wash your hands and add a little lemon juice to help clean your hands.If you make any of the recipes on this Hub Page please post a comment and let us all know how they turned out for you.

Below are some really great deviled egg keepers so you can take your deviled eggs with you. Or keep them in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve them.



A Basic Recipe For Deviled Eggs

As a boy growing up in rural North Carolina my family raised chickens and my Grandfather ran several country stores where he gave out credit from one planting season until the next. My Grandfather was very saving and when we had lots of eggs we had them almost every way possible. My two favorite ways to have them were boiled and pickled or as deviled eggs. We had deviled eggs served up on the half shell and my Grandmother and Mother also ground them up and made them into deviled egg spread. Later on the deviled egg spread was packaged and sold in my Grandfathers stores.

Here Is The Recipe For My Grandmothers Devil Eggs

1. One Dozen Eggs , Hard Boiled And each of them cut in half and the yolks removed and set aside.

2. Four Tablespoons Sweet Relish.

3. Four Tablespoons Mayonnaise..

4. One Tablespoon Yellow Mustard.

5. One Level Teaspoon Ground Sea Salt.

6. One Level Teaspoon Ground Black Pepper.

7. One Teaspoon Parsley.

Mix your egg yolks with the above ingredients and use a fork to make sure everything gets very well mixed up together. Then take the egg yolk mixture and fill the twenty four egg white shells you have. Sprinkle the tops with paprika and chill your deviled eggs before you serve them.

Deviled Egg Spread

Take the above ingredients and the egg whites and run all of it through a food processor and put it into the refrigerator to chill well. When your ready to serve your deviled egg spread toast your bread and spread each side with deviled egg spread before you put the sandwich together and eat it. And in North Carolina a lot of people serve their deviled egg salad on un toasted white bread and serve their sandwiches that way.

Bacon Cheddar Deviled Eggs

These deviled eggs contain crumbled cooked bacon and shredded cheddar cheese. I also think they are delicious and that's why I have included the recipe for them here.

You will want to start by boiling twelve eggs and once they are done slice each egg in half and remove the yolks and save the whites to fill with your bacon cheddar deviled eggs. Mash your egg yolks up well and add the below ingredients to the egg yolks.

1. One Half Cup Mayonnaise.

2. Six Slices Of Bacon Cooked Crisp And Crumbled.

3. Three Tablespoons Shredded Cheddar Cheese.

4. One Tablespoon Yellow Mustard.

Mix the above ingredients up very well and then stuff each of the twenty four egg whites with the egg yolk mixture. You will want to chill the deviled eggs at least four hours before you serve them.

I hope you have enjoyed all the deviled egg recipes on this page and I want to thank you for taking the time to read my Hub Page on Deviled Eggs.



Please Post Your Deviled Egg Comments Now And Thanks For Reading.

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    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      6 years ago from East Coast , United States

      Thanks and yes there are some great deviled egg recipes on this Hub Page.

    • Sheila Kennedy profile image

      Sheila Kennedy 

      6 years ago from Australia

      Great recipes and ideas thank you

    • crazyhorsesghost profile imageAUTHOR

      Thomas Byers 

      6 years ago from East Coast , United States

      The Cheddar Bacon Deviled Eggs are some of the best deviled eggs you

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      Tammy 

      6 years ago from North Carolina

      Cheddar, bacon deviled eggs.. what a concept! I am bookmarking this. I love deviled eggs. MMMM...

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