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Old 11-20-2013, 12:31 PM   #11
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I was taught they are only called devilled eggs if there is something hot in them, like mustard. If there isn't, they are called stuffed eggs.
I hadn't heard that before, TL, but you're right. Interesting reading here, as always: http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodeggs.html#deviledeggs
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I like to put ground mustard, minced dill pickle and a bit of white vinegar in mine and garnish with chopped chives.
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I remember one lady brought to the cookout, deviled eggs swirled like yin yang with potted ham. YUMMY!
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Old 11-20-2013, 06:07 PM   #14
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Mayo.
Salt
Pepper.
Dust with Cayenne.

I like to keep it simple like my mind.
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Old 11-20-2013, 06:40 PM   #15
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I hadn't heard that before, TL, but you're right. Interesting reading here, as always: The Food Timeline: history notes--eggs
Do you know what happens when you post something else that covers the subject? I spend the next hour or two reading the whole thing. Then I never get back to DC. What an education I am getting. They never taught this in my schools.
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Old 11-20-2013, 06:54 PM   #16
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Mine are the pretty basic method: mayo, mustard, salt,pepper, a sprinkle of paprika or parsley. I've tried other recipes but it seems like the old standard is the favorite.
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Mine are the pretty basic method: mayo, mustard, salt,pepper, a sprinkle of paprika or parsley. I've tried other recipes but it seems like the old standard is the favorite.
+1, I like the old standard too.
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Old 11-20-2013, 08:00 PM   #18
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Do you know what happens when you post something else that covers the subject? I spend the next hour or two reading the whole thing. Then I never get back to DC. What an education I am getting. They never taught this in my schools.
I know - that happens to me, too I sometimes have to stop myself from following links and reading another topic ... and another ... and so on ...
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Old 11-20-2013, 11:24 PM   #19
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+1, I like the old standard too.
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Mine are the pretty basic method: mayo, mustard, salt,pepper, a sprinkle of paprika or parsley. I've tried other recipes but it seems like the old standard is the favorite.
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I remember one lady brought to the cookout, deviled eggs swirled like yin yang with potted ham. YUMMY!
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I like to put ground mustard, minced dill pickle and a bit of white vinegar in mine and garnish with chopped chives.
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Mayo, garlic powder, juice from the olive jar (paprika and pimento stuffed green olives for garnish). Simple and addictive.
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My deviled eggs are the #1 app when I cater parties and I'm making them for turkey day, for sure.

BASIC RECIPE: Mayo, Miracle Whip, Dijon mustard, onion powder, garlic powder, soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce.

People who think they hate Miracle Whip devour them are always asking for the recipe.

I garnish with all kinds of stuff. Pickles, olives, chives, radish slivers, Korean yellow turnip, kimchi. I don't like paprika on them but I have used the Spice House's powdered tomato for its flavor.

My favorite recipe adds wasabi paste and is garnished with a wasabi pea.
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I do the mayo, Dijon mustard, Tabasco, some salt and freshly ground black pepper, etc. thing but... I add a little caper juice to the mix, then chop some avocado and toss it with lemon juice and put bits of chopped avocado into the hollow of the egg white before piping in the egg yolk mixture. As a final measure I top each egg with chopped fried bacon and chopped fresh chives. These get gobbled up every time!
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Our basic recipe is to add mayo or miracle whip ( depending on who puts them together), a touch of yellow mustard, salt and white pepper. Garnish with a sprinkle paprika and parsley.

I may add
-- onion powder
-- slivers of jalapeno, some seeds included
-- snipped tarragon leaves
-- snipped chives or scallion tops
-- sliced green olives
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I was taught they are only called devilled eggs if there is something hot in them, like mustard. If there isn't, they are called stuffed eggs.
I made some today to take to dialysis and I added some fresh grated Parm to them. They were wonderful and I got lots of raves from the nurses about them One nurse even chopped up the white and then made a sandwich with it. Think I'll make more that way for Thanksgiving with added parm
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Thanks everyone for your participation in this thread. Hugs to you all may your Thanksgiving be the best ever.
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