Recipe by Kimberly
"This is a basic deviled egg with a little twist of ranch."
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ground black pepper
ranch dressing mix
prepared yellow mustard
paprika, for garnish
I didn't have any ranch dressing mix, so I substituted 1 tablespoon of prepared mix and decreased the mayo to 3 tablespoons. I also used dijon mustard and sprinkled with paprika for a more traditional look! I'm not a big fan of mustard, but I really enjoyed them because the ranch toned down the mustard flavor. We will make these again!
These were good but not great. They were a bit dry (possibly because of the ranch mix). Next time I will definately be using more Mayo. Also, way too much pepper. While I was grinding it out for the teaspoon measurement I thought it was a bit much, but wanted to follow the recipe to give a real review. I would say to use about half to 1/4 of the pepper. Also, what brings out the flavor in deviled eggs is salt, definately add a little. The ranch dressing gave it a little tang but took away from the mustard flavor that I love when having these. Good recipe for something different, but if you love traditional deviled eggs, you will probably only LIKE these.
I added half the amount of ranch dressing mix that the recipe called for and the flavor was still extremely strong. The flavor was too strong to eat it.
Never thought of this- as a twist on regular Deggs..I think I solved the dryness of it though-instead of using mayo and mix, I add 'Litehouse' ranch dressing. Wow, that's good (it's versatile too) add some chopped green onion and a few bacon pieces. The possibilities are endless. Thanks for another way of looking at an old favorite!
We liked them. The were definitely different from the deviled eggs we've made traditionally. I didn't have paprika so we put cayenne pepper on half of them. That was really good. Next time I'll use more mustard. A good tip is to put all your indredients for the inside of your eggs in a zip lock bag. Gives kids a chance to help because they can squish everything in the bag and then you just cut the tip off and squeeze into your eggs!
Excellent !! The ranch is a nice twist, and I upped the ante by using a yellow horseradish mustard ... put it the fridge by reusing the egg carton and slipping the halves in each egg slot...decided I'd have a couple with lunch the next day, ONLY ONE HALF AN EGG LEFT !!! I,m assuming the elves got to them..... my husband couldn't have eaten them all !!?? Could he ????
Made these for my boyfriend who is a huge fan of both ranch dressing and deviled eggs. Me, not so much for the eggs, but I really liked these and he loved them. I used the mustard that I had on hand, spicy brown, and they still turned out great. I'll be making these again, my go-to deviled egg recipe. Five stars from me! Thanks so much!
These were really good even though I added too much ranch seasoning. I will definitely make these again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ranch-Style Deviled Eggs
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 70
** Calories from Fat: 55
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