Happy Easter Deviled Eggs

Actually, these are the first deviled eggs I’ve ever eaten. So, I don’t really have anything to compare them to. But, they are definitely tastier than eating just plain hard-boiled eggs. But the real reason why I made them, of course, is having 3 dozen hard-boiled eggs on hand after this morning’s Easter egg hunt, I needed to find something to do with some of them.

I peeled 6 eggs, sliced, and pressed the yolks through my ricer, added mayonnaise, sour cream, mustard, vinegar, salt and pepper. Because the eggs were already hard-boiled it only took about 10 minutes (mostly peeling eggs). Recipe is here.

No more work than peeling your regular easter eggs

Rating: 3-star.
Cost: $0.80
How much work? Low.
How big of a mess?  Low.
Started: 12:30.  Ready:  12:40.

Child labor in the Easter Egg factory.

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5 Responses to Happy Easter Deviled Eggs

  1. Confucius says:

    Great solution to the “after-Easter egg overpopulation”!

    We hunted 29 eggs during this year’s hunting season (why 29? we bought a 30-egg carton, but 1 was cracked) and still eating boiled eggs 😦

    We spent the last dyeing egg kit we brought from our time at the USA, and there is none around here… let’s see how we solve the problem last year.

    Confucius, The Confused Chinese
    ^_^

  2. Oh, no esta craquiado 😦

    I will see if I can find any coloring kits in after-Easter sales to sent to you.

    Ciao amigos

  3. Confucius says:

    Damn! you discovered the true identity of Confucious, more confused than ever. v_v

  4. […] made any hard-boiled egg dish since Easter, and today’s recipe is different than my Easter Deviled Eggs (published by CI in 2006).  Unsure why Chris Kimball has two Deviled Egg Recipes, I wanted to try […]

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