Recipe by Eliz TR
"I always make deviled eggs to use up dyed hardboiled eggs from Easter, but many family and friends hate the mayo taste and texture. I tried an avocado base and it made the best deviled eggs anyone had tasted. You just can't be afraid of green eggs and ham."
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chopped fresh dill
salt to taste
ground white pepper to taste
green onions, chopped
My son hates mayo, so I thought that he would like these deviled egg. I was right! These are a big hit. Very creamy. I can not really taste the avacado.
OK, this is a good base but very bland in terms of flavor. My modifications happened as I kept adding things to get an actual flavor. I put in a bit of lemon juice, just because of avocado turning grey paranoia. Added 1 tbsp of horseradish, 1 tsp of real Dijon mustard, 1/8 tsp cayenne. To me "deviled" eggs need a bit of a kick. The texture of this is wonderful. And I think the color is kind of fun.
4 stars for the idea, but I didn't follow this recipe exactly. Mine turned out pretty good, but be careful how much sour cream you add because too much will ruin the flavor. I also added a little lemon juice and instead of Worcestershire, since I had none, I used a mixture of salt, pepper, onion & garlic powder, paprika, and a little chili powder. I think they would've been perfect if I hadn't used too much sour cream.
I was so intrigued by this recipe using avacado to lighten up a not so healthy addiction, deviled eggs! I really liked the concept of this recipe, but I think this recipe is more of a base and needs some bumped up flavors added, hence the 3 stars. But as a base recipe, it can easily have added ingredients to fit your tastes to make it a 4 or 5 star. I added dashes of hot sauce, dijon mustard, sugar, onion and garlic powders, cayenne, and some sweet paprika. It's also great along with garnishing with green onion on top, to add some bacon and cheddar cheese! Thanks for this great idea! I will make again when wanting a lightened up version of deviled eggs.
I love the avocado and dill combination! Without sour cream, I used mayonnaise this time. Green onions or chives would have made a nice garnish, but I emphasized the dill, and sprinkled dill seed on top! These were a hit for my family!
Best deviled eggs I have ever had.
Hubby wanted deviled eggs today but he had used up all the mayo so these sounded like a good idea. They are good but not great. I guess we like our deviled eggs with a bit of a kick, I normally add sriracha sauce to my eggs and they are a big hit...I could cut the dill and add sriracha.
Very Nice. Used Dill paste, seasoned with garlic salt, onion powder, and dijon mustard to taste. The avocado has a great texture to it. What I didn't stuff into the egg whites my daughter put on a Ritz and ate.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No Mayo Deviled Eggs
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 71
** Calories from Fat: 51
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