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Old 03-09-2013, 07:38 AM   #1
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Deviled Egg Dip?

I was at work, and a friend was talking about dips..

I got confused, and thought she had a recipe for Devilded Egg Dip,, but it was something other..but now I want to make Devild Egg Dip!

I love Deviled Eggs, and I'm thinking..

could I just make my favorite Deviled Eggs, then sort of Mash them up, with maybe a bit of more mayo, or maybe cream cheese or yougart, and make a dip out of them!?

I think I will try this for tomorow nascar race when all my drunk buddies show up..

Eric, Austin, Tx.

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Old 03-09-2013, 07:41 AM   #2
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I tend to make my egg salad with the spices used for deviled eggs.
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Old 03-09-2013, 08:58 AM   #3
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I eat egg salad on crackers all the time.

I think you'd be fine using your preferred recipe for deviled eggs and making it as smooth as you want.

Try a blender (Immersion or standard).

Don't think you'd need extra mayo because that's what you're essentially making the smoother you puree your eggs.
Cream cheese sounds like a wonderful addition.
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Old 03-09-2013, 09:49 AM   #4
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Just make sure all your buddies are drunk. You will get rave reviews. The idea sound like a winner though.
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"Just make sure all your buddies are drunk. "


That always helps.
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Old 03-09-2013, 10:21 AM   #6
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Just make sure all your buddies are drunk. You will get rave reviews. The idea sound like a winner though.
But not too drunk. I made a very well received taco dip for a football game party once and one of the guys got sick all over his buddies car on the ride home. I got a telephone call the next day "my car stinks like taco dip sick!" Proceed with caution!
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But not too drunk. I made a very well received taco dip for a football game party once and one of the guys got sick all over his buddies car on the ride home. I got a telephone call the next day "my car stinks like taco dip sick!" Proceed with caution!



Just be glad it wasn't your car.

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Sounds to me like she makes a dip for the deviled eggs, not out of the eggs. Something like wasabi mayo, to dip the egg in.
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