Friday, December 7, 2012

Deviled Eggs

My husband loves Deviled Eggs so he decided that we should have them for our Thanksgiving feast.  He enlisted my cousin to help make them.  He found a recipe in the Betty Crocker cookbook (page 146 in my book but can be looked up in the index).  They started by boiling six eggs which makes 12 egg halves.

They took the yolks and put them in a bowl and mixed in all the other ingredients (except the paprika).

My very smart cousin suggested putting all of the filling into a sanwich bag since we don't have a fancy pastry bag like they show in the picture.  Check out this neat homemade pastry bag that put the filling into all of the eggs with a super neat way.  Cookbook can be seen in the background too :)

Here is the finished product sprinkled with paprika.  My husband and cousin enjoyed their special treat and I didn't have to make them so I enjoyed that :)

Deviled Eggs
(modified from Betty Crocker recipe)

6 hard boiled eggs
1/4 c miracle whip (or mayonnaise)
1 tsp prepared mustard
1 tsp vinegar
Paprika (optional)

1. Halve Hard cooked eggs legthwise and remove yolks. 

2. Place yolks in a bowl.  Mash with a fork.  Add all other ingredients except paprika.  Season with salt and pepper, if desired.

3. Put yolk mixture into plastic sandwich bag and cut corner.  Fill egg halves with yolk mixture.

4.  Garnish with paprika, if desired.

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