Homemade Southern Deviled Eggs

By Kathy Smith

Deviled eggs really are a special occasion treat for me and here are some my most liked deviled egg recipes:

Herbed Stuffed Deviled Egg (serves 4-8)
Two tablespoons mayonnaise (I use lightlow fat Hellman's mayo also it tastes fantastic in this recipe)
2 teaspoons spicy Dijon mustard
1 tbsp of new flat leaf parsley, chopped
1 tbs fresh chives cut
1 green onion (scallion) chopped
teaspoon salt
In a medium pot, bring water into a boil as well as add the particular eggs. Hard boil the actual eggs after which remove them with a slotted desert spoon and allow cool. As soon as cooled, eliminate the shells and cut every single egg in half lengthwise. With a tiny spoon, meticulously remove the yellow-colored yolk. Put the yolks in a small bowl as well as add the remainder of the ingredients. Mix until very well combined as well as the mixture is smooth along with creamy.
Very carefully spoon the mix back into the empty centers within the egg whites along with chill till ready to serve. These can keep for two days and nights refrigerated; just be sure to gently lay plastic wrap onto the surfaces of the stuffing to keep the filling from drying out.

Handmade Deviled Eggs

"No Frills" Deviled Egg Recipe (Makes 4-8)
4 eggs
2 tbsps mayonnaise (low fat mayo in case you prefer)
One tablespoon salted butter, melted and cooled
teaspoon salt
teaspoon ground pepper
In a medium pot, bring water into a boil and also add your eggs. Hard boil this eggs and then remove them using a slotted spoon and let cool. When cooled, remove the shells and cut every egg by two lengthwise. With a smaller spoon, thoroughly remove the yellowish yolk. Put the yolks in a bowl in addition to add the remaining ingredients. Blend until properly combined and the mixture will be smooth and creamy.
Carefully spoon the combination back into the hollowed out centers in the egg whites and chill until finally ready to serve. These could keep for two nights refrigerated; it is important to gently push plastic Saran Wrap onto the covers of the egg stuffing to keep the fresh filling from becoming drying out.

These two deviled egg recipes will automatically be a hit at your up coming backyard bar-b-cue or maybe potluck.

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