Deviled Eggs : Monday Night Martha
Deviled eggs, these are one of those foods we find ourselves thinking -- do we even like these or not? They're a classic hors d'oeuvres and party food. They can pop up everywhere people gather, but we're not sure how we really feel about them. Are they just easy to eat in a social situation?
Deviled eggs are hard-boiled eggs that have been sliced in half lengthwise. The yolks are scooped out and the whites are re-filled with a mixture of the hard boiled egg's yolks along with varying ingredients.
The filling for "fresh-herb deviled eggs" is made by using the yolks of a dozen eggs (again mashed fine). To this add mayonnaise, mustard, sherry vinegar, and chopped parsley, chive, tarragon, and dill. Season with salt and pepper.
Deviled eggs may not make our short list of favorite foods, but we enjoy that we have a yearly opportunity to find out. What is your favorite way to prepare deviled eggs?