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Old 04-05-2011, 04:41 PM   #1
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Stuffed Eggs-TNT

We love stuffed eggs Here is one we made and inhaled on Sunday
Boil your eggs, let cool and peel. Mash yolks add just enough mayo to pull yolks together, add salt and fresh cracked pepper, 2-3 tea of sweet pickle relish or cornishions well chopped and a tea or two of the pickle juice. Now use a half bunch of chives chopped, half bunch of fresh tarragon finly chopped one small shallot minced fine this is yummy. Some other ideas for your eggs iscrisp fried bacon and chutney of choice, Cooked and chopped lobster, Dijon, and capers, grated onion, black caviar and lemon juice, finely chopped ham mustard,parsley fresh dill and lemon zest, Smoked salmon grated onion, capers lemonjuicemayofresh ground pepper, sour cream, dill,mashed anchovy, chopped chives,parsley, salt and pepper.
Do you have any ideas to add to this list?
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Oh, I love deviled eggs (stuffed eggs), but they don't like me!! I have to be certain to be alone the following day!
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Yay, someone else has found out how great tarragon is with eggs. I like to use it also in egg salad, tuna salad and chicken salad.

Great ideas, Kadesma

When a bunch of us would gather for cookouts, I always ask that everyone bring some devilled eggs. No one makes them the same and they are inexpensive (except the lobster ones). Everybody loves them, and they are the perfect appetizer while waiting for the main meal.
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Old 04-05-2011, 04:48 PM   #4
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The old egg and stuffed olive.
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Old 04-05-2011, 04:58 PM   #5
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Oh, I love deviled eggs (stuffed eggs), but they don't like me!! I have to be certain to be alone the following day!
You need to join me for the stuffed eggs, they affect me the same way
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The old egg and stuffed olive.
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Yay, someone else has found out how great tarragon is with eggs. I like to use it also in egg salad, tuna salad and chicken salad.

Great ideas, Kadesma

When a bunch of us would gather for cookouts, I always ask that everyone bring some devilled eggs. No one makes them the same and they are inexpensive (except the lobster ones). Everybody loves them, and they are the perfect appetizer while waiting for the main meal.
I avoided tarragon for years, I don't know why but I did, now I've fallen in love with it along with two of my grand kids. These went so fast Sunday it made me dizzy
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Old 04-05-2011, 05:43 PM   #8
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I have a friend who can't stand any of the "anise" flavor herbs...I love tarragon with scrambled eggs...had 2 eggs with tarragon this morning...I also like a recipe for zucchini slaw that was in the LCBO Food and Drink Magazine that uses tarragon (has nothing to do with stuffed eggs):

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I have a friend who can't stand any of the "anise" flavor herbs...I love tarragon with scrambled eggs...had 2 eggs with tarragon this morning...I also like a recipe for zucchini slaw that was in the LCBO Food and Drink Magazine that uses tarragon (has nothing to do with stuffed eggs):

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The recipe looks like a keeper. Thank you.
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...Some other ideas for your eggs is crisp fried bacon and chutney of choice, Cooked and chopped lobster, Dijon, and capers, grated onion, black caviar and lemon juice, finely chopped ham mustard,parsley fresh dill and lemon zest, Smoked salmon grated onion, capers lemonjuice mayo fresh ground pepper, sour cream, dill,mashed anchovy, chopped chives,parsley, salt and pepper...
Wow kades, you could open you're own Stuffed Egg Cafe with all those great ideas! And maybe topped with some chopped fresh basil and sun-dried tomatoes...or chopped garlic sauteed mushrooms.
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