…eggs that is.
My family loves deviled eggs, especially in the summer. There is just something refreshing about a cold egg with a creamy center. Yeah, we love ‘em. And along with a salad (topped with chicken and creamy salad dressing)[quote_right]
Don’t worry if you don’t know how to make hard boiled eggs or mayo, I’ll be posting how to make them later. [/quote_right] it makes a perfect cold dinner for hot days.
They’re also a wonderful combination of fat and protein so they make a perfect snack. But the best thing about deviled eggs is that they are really easy and quick to make. So let’s get started!
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10 Hard Boiled Eggs, cooled
1/2 cup Homemade Mayo
2-4 tbsp Yellow Mustard (depending on your taste)
Pinch of salt
Peel the eggs. Then cut them in half with a knife and pop out the yolks into a separate bowl. Place the eggs (without the yolks) on a plate or deviled egg plate.
Take a fork and break up the yolks in the bowl (you can use a food processor or handheld blender also). Then add the mayo, mustard, and salt. Mix until creamy and light. Spoon this mixture into the empty eggs on the plate.
Sprinkle with paprika, if you want, and you’re done!
[quote_right]When I put the hard boiled egg yolks in the bowl last time I realized I had an orange egg yolk! It was weird and cool at the same time.[/quote_right]
If you’re wondering what type of mustard we use we buy our mustard from Eden Foods. They have a delicious, yellow mustard and a really good brown mustard as well.
I think deviled eggs are one of the best foods of summer, but I know you probably have a favorite too. I would love to hear what it is so leave me a comment below and tell me:
What is one of your favorite summer foods?