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Deviled Eggs?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by TSGB, Nov 23, 2006.

  1. TSGB

    TSGB 1 ton status

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    My granny isn't allowed to do them for holidays anymore, since she tried a horseradish experiment last year. :doah:

    My job now. Anyone have a kick ass recipe?
     
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    Metrodps Strange but nice guy Premium Member GMOTM Winner Author

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    I just boil the eggs then when cool and shell removed I cut in half. Scoop out the yellows into a bowl. Add some Marzetties (spelling) Slaw dressing. Mix it up with a fork till smooth Not to much or they will be runny. Then put the yellow back in and put a little paprika on them.
     
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    Same as above but I use miracle whip, a bit of mustard, and some franks red hot.
     
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    oh man, wish I had of seen this earlier.

    do the same as above except use mayo or miracle whip, salt, pepper, just a bit of mustard, add sweet pickle juice, and beat smooth with a fork then top with paprika. yum yum.
     
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    deviled eggs are awesome, my mom made them all my years growing up on holidays. now Im craving some. they give ya the worst gas though, but its worth it. :D
     
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    that all depends on how you really look at it, :doah: :wink1: :D :haha:
     
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    Mix the yoke with some mayo and mustard, add in some minced pickle of your choice and top with paprika. Oh and for gods sake dont use miracle whip that crap is trailer park food........
     
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    You guys are making it far too complicated. All you need to do is chew the yellow and spit it back into the empty.
     
  9. TSGB

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    Yeah, Miracle Whip is foul.
     
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    It was all we had :o

    Just finished a batch, they turned out fantastic.
     
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    I also do minced onions. Dont forget to "shock" the egg before you de-shell it
     
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    So what am I actually looking at for volumes here? I'm going to be running two dozen eggs. How much mustard, mayo, and what-not? I think I'm going to try the pickle juice and hot sauce thing in smaller, separate batches.
     
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    two dozen eggs = 4-6 teaspoons of mustard, 4-6 teaspoons of pickle relish, 8-10 tablespoons of mayo.

    Personally, I'm a little heavy on the mustard, relish, and pepper. I wanted to try the hot sauce idea but the fam snubbed that idea out.
     
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    deviled eggs kick ass
     
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    Is it too late to suggest to use dry mustard?
     
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    so let us know how they liked them.
     
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    Maricle whip must be a southern thing and mayo a yankee thing.
    All my family grew up with maricle whip and we are far from trailer park funness.
    But I won't touch mayo, unless it's going in coleslaw.

    BUT, I had to give in. All this talk of devils eggs made me drive to the store and make em.
    Tried the Mayo way, with lemon juice, relish, mustard, some franks red hot, salt, peper, and paprika on top.

    Go ahead, drool away.
    And let the gas begin!!!

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    Man ... all I need now is HOW to boil the eggs....Do you put them in a pan of cold water first then bring to a boil or boil the water then put the egss in? And how long do you cook them?
     
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    well then i guess i need to start searching for the wheels on this 3600 sq ranch in the country. :screwy:

    you cant make them correctly WITHOUT miracle whip.
     
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    Dump 'em in hot tap water. Then put 'em on the stove. Usually only one out of a couple dozen crack that way and usually the shell cracks after the egg is cooked enough so that it doesn't matter.

    7 minutes at a rolling boil, let cool, voila.
     

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