Deviled Eggs

Honolulu was the place to be this weekend. With the Pro Bowl coming into town, everything was buzzing. Friday night, I worked a buy out at Morimoto that was hosted by the NFL! Dave Mathews from DMB was even there! Even though I was in the kitchen all night, I felt very cool and important. In the spirit of football and the super bowl, I have a Super Bowl party recipe for you today.

With the Super Bowl right around the corner, I thought you might want a nice finger food to serve at your party. Deviled eggs are perfect for that! No need to worry about spilled dip on shirts or your furniture, just bite-sized deliciousness. I originally got this recipe from my mom’s blog, but I even made my version of these a bit healthier by using low-fat mayo and milk, but we don’t need to tell the guys that, right? =)

Deviled Eggs
Recipe type: Appetizer
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Serves: 12
 
Ingredients
  • 6 eggs
  • ¼ cup low-fat mayonnaise
  • ½ tsp Dijon mustard
  • ¼ tsp salt
  • ⅛ tsp pepper
  • ½ tsp curry powder (optional)
  • 1 tsp low-fat milk
  • 1 tbsp chopped chives
  • paprika
Instructions
  1. Hard boil your eggs in boiling water (about 12 minutes), then cool in ice water.
  2. Peel the eggs and cut in half (long ways).
  3. Remove the yolks and reserve in a small bowl.
  4. Add the mayo, dijon, salt, pepper, curry and milk and whip until smooth.
  5. Fill each egg half with some of the yolk mixture.
  6. Top with paprika and chives to serve.

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15 Responses to Deviled Eggs

  1. Curt says:

    I love deviled eggs! I like the looks of the chives on there. I think I’d double that and eat them up!

  2. Regina says:

    Hi Jenny, With my chickens going into over time laying eggs,this recipe is being served at our house this week end.

    Thanks Regins

  3. Mmm. Deviled eggs are one of my favs. Ive never tried them with chives. I am definitely going to try this recipe soon.

  4. Kristina says:

    so jealous you were with Dave Matthews! I don’t think I ever missed a concert in hight school. And deviled eggs are another oldie I love, so good! I like that you added curry powder, never thought to do that :)

  5. Deborah says:

    I love deviled eggs, and I love that addition of curry powder!

  6. Haha “with” might be pushing it, but cooking him food yes! =)

  7. Eliot says:

    My mom makes the best deviled eggs—no recipe, she just starts adding and adding until she has perfection. I always need a recipe and I love the curry in yours. (Cool that you got to “mingle” with DM!)

  8. Love love love deviled eggs!! That looks so yummy!!!

  9. Simply Life says:

    I only like the superbowl because of food like this! :)

  10. Pennie says:

    Simple, classic, delicious!

  11. Christine says:

    I love deviled eggs!

  12. mjskit says:

    Fantastic deviled egg recipe! They look delicious!

  13. Kiri W. says:

    I’m on the fence about deviled eggs – I love the concept, but somehow i’ve never had a version I ended up loving. :/

  14. We don’t know about the superbowl as we are Greeks, however what you made is very tasty! We make a similar thing here as well and serve it on Easter!
    We take the yolks and mix them with black pepper, a teaspoon of fresh lemon juice, a tablespooin olive oil, salt and some drops of vinegar.
    Some others just add what I mentioned on top of the sliced eggs.

    Instead of chives which are a bit rare on the local markets in Greece, can we substitute with scallions?

    Thank you!

  15. Yup scallions work fine!

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