"These tasty deviled eggs are always a BIG hit. I'm constantly asked to share the recipe. You'll love them, too! Add more hot sauce if you really want to make them deviled!" — HIPPS
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celery, finely chopped
onion, finely chopped
salt to taste
hot pepper sauce
paprika, for garnish
This is how my Mom has been making deviled eggs since I can remember. The celery and onions need to be chopped very fine. For a great presentation place mixture into a plastic bag and cut off the corner, you can then pipe it into your egg halves.
Sorry Di, but I hated the addition of the celery and onion. I wanted to make sure they were chopped finely, so I put them in my mini processor and it was still too crunchy. I followed the recipe exactly and they were much too tasteless.
I had my doubts about this recipe but they were the best deviled eggs i've ever had, my family loved them!!! If you are looking for classic deviled eggs check out the recipe at goodegg.com. If you want 'em "kicked up a notch" you've found the right recipe. Next time i'm definately adding more redhot. Thanks Di!
Really, really good, I added a good shot of dijon mustard. And used red onion as my onions of choice and it was a hit! Have to guard the fridge so they can make it Easter dinner!
I am well known for my deviled eggs, or I should say my old deviled eggs. I made this recipe for a party and I have to admit it was better than my old recipe. The onions and celery add just the right amount of kick to the filling. Thanks Di!
This was ok. It is a little bland as is. Adding sweet pickled relish and yellow mustard improved the taste. Thanks.
We really liked these deviled eggs. Instead of celery and salt I used celery salt. I loved it. That is what I put in my tuna fish also. This is a very simple recipe where the results are great.
I was careful with the mayo and instead of hot pepper sauce, used cayenne and white pepper to spice up the base mixture which worked amazingly well. Even the white pepper alone was powerful and robust. I added a bit of horseradish/honey mustard (1 tablespoon) to give it extra kick or 'devil' and used paprika as garnish as directed and chilled. The mild modifications kicked this recipie up alot of notches! I still prefer WARM devil eggs (weird I know) but still love these in the traditional chill mode.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Di's Delicious Deluxe Deviled Eggs
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 55
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