Saturday, April 26, 2008
From Peggy Trowbridge Filippone,
Your Guide to Home Cooking.
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Far from the bland deviled eggs you find at some parties and family gatherings, these deviled eggs are full of flavor and texture. Do take a few extra minutes to add a little garnish so they look as impressive as they taste. Great for low-carb diets.
* 6 hard-boiled eggs
* 2 Tbsp minced sweet onion
* 2 tsp sweet pickle relish, minced
* 1 Tbsp mayonnaise
* 2 tsp creamed horseradish sauce (found in deli section)
* 2 tsp yellow mustard
* Salt to taste
* Garnishes: paprika, olives, chives, parsley, and/or pimento"
Friday, April 25, 2008
Recipes For Deviled EggsHere are some of my favorite deviled egg
recipes to add to your meal plan!
My recipes suit the tastes of my family
and you may find that you enjoy a little
less or a little more of one ingredient.
Feel free to experiment yourself!
Each recipe uses light mayonnaise to help
cut down on the calories from fat (with 50%
less fat than regular mayonnaise).
Hellman’s is perfect in recipes for deviled eggs"
Always keep your deviled eggs well-chilled,
taking precautions in the summer months.
It is never wise to eat deviled eggs that
have been left out of the fridge for more
than an hour or so.
I have met two groups of deviled egg lovers -
people who like the filling firm and others who
like it soft and gooey.
Myself, I do like the filling to be on the firmer
side, not "slooshing" out all over my fingers!
Plus, it's easier to pipe - if you would like to
make lovely designs like the eggs you see above,
follow my recipes and it will be about the right
But to make the filling softer, adding 1 tablespoon
of mayonnaise should be sufficient in my recipe
for deviled eggs!
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