Deviled Eggs

Who doesn’t like the classic deviled eggs??  Just thought I’d share my recipe for this long time favorite.  Deviled eggs are always an easy tasteful finger food to serve.  There are all kinds of recipes out there, so here’s one more to add to the list.

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6 hard-boiled eggs – peeled     1/4 cup Hellman’s mayonnaise    1 1/2 tblspn Ken’s Creamy Caesar salad dressing    1 tblspn spicy brown mustard    1/2 tblspn sweet relish  1/4 tspn Tableblend Ms. Dash  1/8 tspn garlic salt  light sprinkle of onion powder  3 dashes hot pepper sauce   light sprinkle of black pepper  1/8 tspn paprika

Slice eggs and remove yolk in a small mixing bowl.  With a fork, smooth egg yolks and add remaining ingredients.  Stir to a creamy consistency.  If needed, add a bit more mayonnaise and salad dressing to make creamier.  Even though I’m sharing this recipe, I always vary the measurements by taste.  I take little tastes to which ingredient is a bit more needed.   Using a small spoon, scoop mixture and put inside the cavity of each egg.  Lightly sprinkle top with paprika and refrigerate until ready to serve.



7 thoughts on “Deviled Eggs

  1. I could eat a dozen deviled eggs in one sitting! I love those things!!! They’re easy to make and taste SO doggone good! Your recipe IS a little different. The creamy Caesar dressing, spicy brown mustard, and hot sauce are cool little twists. Pinned it! 🙂

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