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Old 04-06-2012, 05:12 AM   #11
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I like to make really deviled eggs using powdered mustard and sprinkle with cayenne instead of paprika. Not too hot, but nicely spicy.

Sometimes, I like to use Miracle Whip instead of mayo, and add a little sweet pickle relish.
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Old 04-06-2012, 05:43 AM   #12
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Good Morning,

We enjoy our´s with: Evoo packed Tuna, diced celery, chooped finely scallion and the hard boiled egg sliced finely ... Mix together with ali oli ( home made Mayo ) and sprinkle a bit of salt, black pepper freshly ground and a sprinkle of Smoked Paprika, for a touch of piquant & fresh finely chopped Italian flat leaf parsley and 1 stem of basil or dill finely chopped ... and serve with oven warm bread ...

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Old 04-06-2012, 08:59 AM   #13
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I add finely diced scallion tops and pimentos for color within the mixture.
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Old 04-06-2012, 10:08 AM   #14
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I usually make them with miracle whip, powdered mustard, a little sweet pickle relish (based on what you said you like I'd recommend dill pickle relish for you) and topper with a little parsley. I've also added a little sriracha and that was pretty good. And I added dill weed to them once and that was really good. I should do that again.
Hey! You stole my recipe, you know, the one I stole from my own Mother. How did you ever get it?

But seriously, to the version my DD (did I mention that she's wonderful?) posted, try adding a bit of finely chopped corned beef, or minced bacon, or minced salami. Also, a bit of minced onion is good too. If you're adventurous, a little of the juice from a jar of habenaros is very good. Really kicks things up. The brand I like is Freidas. They aren't so vinagary as some others. But be forwarned, those babies are hot. The peppers themselves are sweet in flavor, but will make your teeth, gums, lips, the roof of your mouth, and your throat burn, all at the same time. So if you aren't into hot things, don't use this brand of jarred peppers. The juice from the jar is more mild, and still has good flavor.

I love deviled eggs.

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Old 04-06-2012, 01:37 PM   #15
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Depending on the budget, deviled eggs are great topped with caviar.

Other pick-me-up additions:

Curry powder mixed with mayonnaise

Top the deviled eggs with tapenade or halved green or black (kalamata) olives.

Meant to mention too - Top with lemon and/or lime zest.

Or - save the cooked yolks for another use, and fill the whites with guacamole (and pico de gallo).

Pesto is very versatile - use any fresh herbs of choice, sun-dried tomatoes, or artichoke lemon pesto.
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Old 04-06-2012, 03:45 PM   #16
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I love deviled eggs with finly crumbled pancetta and green onion, dill is also nice but I also love to add some truffle oil just a little.All the ideas here are great so any would do for me.
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Old 04-06-2012, 04:39 PM   #17
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Depending on the budget, deviled eggs are great topped with caviar.

Other pick-me-up additions:

Curry powder mixed with mayonnaise

Top the deviled eggs with tapenade or halved green or black (kalamata) olives.

Meant to mention too - Top with lemon and/or lime zest.

Or - save the cooked yolks for another use, and fill the whites with guacamole (and pico de gallo).

Pesto is very versatile - use any fresh herbs of choice, sun-dried tomatoes, or artichoke lemon pesto.

Another use for cooked egg yokes is to use them as topping for sausage gravy. Just force through a wire strainer (like a tea strainer). Elegant and very tasty.
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Old 04-06-2012, 05:23 PM   #18
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Thanks for really great ideas! I think I will try serveral of them out. I am going to make 3 dozen easter eggs so I will have some to experiment with.

I thought about making some with crumbled fried sage leaves and a little shallot. I bet saffron would be good too.
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Here at Casa de Hoot, Mrs Hoot makes great deviled eggs. I have a few options that she will go along with from time to time. The addition of freshly grated horseradish adds a nice bite. I have convinced her that a good English mustard (something along the lines of Coleman's) is mighty tasty as well. There are a lot of great ideas in this thread.
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Old 04-07-2012, 07:26 AM   #20
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BTW, instead of paprika,(which I truly like a lot) sriracha as a garnish is colorful and tasty, even though it can be a tick messy. 'Course, messy ain't always a bad thing.
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