Deviled Egg recipes : LUSENET : Country Families : One Thread

Does anyone know where I can find recipes on the web..I'm not having any luck...My wifes deviled eggs didn'y turn out good at all...Radar

-- Robert (, December 10, 2001


Here's a recipe for you - my family loves these!

Deviled Eggs

Remove the yokes from the hard boiled eggs and mash them until they are smooth. Add some mustard and miracle whip and stir until smooth again. Add a little pickle relish and salt and pepper. Stir it all together. Spoon it into the whites and then sprinkle with paprika.

-- Cheryl in KS (, December 10, 2001.

You can also try some ranch dressing mixed with the egg yolks. Add a little, along with the mayonnaise, and some mustard (just a small squirt) Sprinkle on some paprika, and some coarse ground pepper. Very good!

-- Melissa (, December 10, 2001.

I make mine with mayonaisse and little chunks of pickles instead of relish then sprinkle with paprika. they are pretty and yummy.

-- melinda (, December 10, 2001.

Miracle whip and touch of mustard and sprinkled with paprika, we call them Angeled eggs. Gary loves them.

-- Cindy (SE. IN) (, December 10, 2001.

Wow--I used to think I made the best deviled eggs until I tasted these: made with yolks, salad dressing, a little spicy mustard, relish and Here's the secret ingredient: as much tabasco hot sauce as you can add without it getting hot (I use tiger brand tabasco because it it sweeter, somehow). Garnish with paprika. Yum!

-- Ann Markson (, December 10, 2001.

Mash, add mustard, miracle whip, salt, pepper & dill pickle juice.

-- DW (, December 10, 2001.

I appreciate all the recipes on deviled eggs but, the question was where can I find recipes on the web???? Radar

-- Robert (, December 10, 2001.

-- Melissa (, December 10, 2001.


-- Rose (, December 10, 2001.

Thanks for the rerassurance of using the thread for recipes...But I mean recipes some people have never heard of...for instance GOZA !!!!

-- Robert (, December 11, 2001.

Robert, try They have anything you can think of with even an encyclopedia for defining cooking terms. Blessings Peggy

-- peggy (, December 11, 2001.

No answer.... Question? The pickle relish- is it sweet or dill? Has anybody ever tried mixing in a small amount of faux crab {finely diced}? I'm gonna give it a try tonight.

-- Guy Ernest Howard (, October 05, 2002.

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