How to Make Deviled Eggs
For an inexpensive and delicious side dish learn how to make these delicious deviled eggs. Potlucks, picnics and family gatherings are just a few events these would be perfect for!
Hey, everyone. I'm Judith with Recipe.com, and today, I'm gonna be showing you how to make Deviled Eggs, the perfect hors d'oeuvre at any cocktail party. So what we're gonna need is 6 hardboiled eggs, a quarter cup of mayonnaise, some salt and pepper to taste, 1 teaspoon of vinegar, 1 teaspoon of mustard, and a pinch of paprika to taste. All right. So first things first. Let us get our hardboiled eggs. We are gonna cook them in half. So, to make perfect hardboiled eggs, the best thing to do is to bring your eggs to a boil, turn off the heat, and let the-- the eggs stay in the pot for about 10 minutes to cook through, and that's it, very simple. So, now we have our egg yolks in. We're gonna mash them up with a fork. Get them nice and soft, and then we're gonna add in our remaining ingredients, so our mayonnaise goes in there. Obviously, if you don't wanna use mayonnaise, you can use creme fraiche or yogurt works, too. We'll add our little salt and pepper now, too. Our vinegar goes in there. The mustard, and I love using a dash of paprika just to give it that extra kick. There we go. And we're gonna put all that in together. Stir it all in nicely, and that makes a great, great filling. Fantastic. Okay. That's about done. Let's get our egg whites back into the middle and what we're gonna do is we're gonna fill our mixture into the hole in our egg whites, so let's get a little spoon. You can use your fingers for this 'cause it might help. There we go. You can add in all sorts of ingredients. People like to add in shrimp, crab. So now that the deviled eggs are done, we can refrigerate those for up to 24 hours, or you can eat them like that, but refrigerating them keeps them nice and cold and so when you're ready to bring them out, you've got some nice, gorgeous deviled eggs. So there you have it, that's how you make your Deviled Eggs. Well, thanks for watching, everyone. For more great recipes and savings, go to Recipe.com.