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Some people are just insulting. "Base" recipe?? This Was a DELICIOUS play of flavors that is quite unexpected. Thank you so much for sharing this, since I have egg cravings, it will be added to my rotation of midnight snacks to enjoy while I'm waiting for my little one to arrive! ;)
This was my first attempt at making deviled eggs, and they turned out perfectly. I followed the instructions exactly. The instructions were very easy to follow, and the taste was excellent. If you are a beginner cook and like deviled eggs, this is the recipe to start out with. I am definitely going to make this again.
Oh my Goodness !!! These were so amazing. I will agree with the name of this recipe.....The only thing I changed was to cut the recipe in half and totally forgot to sprinkle some paprika on top. I did use the fresh parsley though. At first reading the ingredients it did sound a little odd, not the relish part though, because I have seen other recipes with relish. But all these ingredients go fantastic together and I will agree the relish does make a definite bonus to the other wonderful flavors. Will be making these again that is for sure. I just love deviled eggs. Thanks so much for sharing Jencathen....was really loved by the 2 of us.
These were pretty close to the best ever. However, I did take a few liberties. I used lite miracle whip instead of mayo, used stone ground mustard in place of the dry mustard, left out the milk b/c ours was bad. I just threw it all in my food processor and it made the filling very creamy and delicious. The dill relish is what makes this recipe so good. I cut the recipe in half and now we are wishing we would have made all twelve eggs! Reviewed for Spring PAC 2010.
Made exactly as directed. Whole family agreed, they were good, but not great, Sorry. Was expecting more flavor from such a mix of ingredients and thought they were more" bland" than my usual recipe.
The chicken boullion part was *disgusting*--by all means OMIT the nasty chicken bou. part--rest is fine!
This is not too far from how I make them. Having been eating and making them for decades, you lose perspective that someone new to the recipe might have. My niece made deviled eggs for the first time a couple of years ago, and, OMG, bless her heart, it was a failure. She added a bunch of pickle juice and the stuffing was all runny. She has been officially tasked with deviled eggs for all holidays going forward, and her deviled egg making skills have greatly improved :) This is as good a base recipe as you can get, then tweak to your taste.
Well, they're good but we don't think that they are "the best ever". I think that with all the flavors of the different ingredients I was expecting more of a *pow*. These were still kind of bland for us. Good if you're looking for different yet mellow in a deviled egg. Made for PAC Fall 09