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Made for Spring PAC 2008. I love deviled eggs and we really liked this recipe. I followed the recipe as written other then I used mayo instead of miracle whip as I don't like miracle whip. I only used 1/8 tsp of salt and didn't add the paprika on top. These were easy to make and very yummy!
I haven't made it, but from the recipe I get that the sald dressing lovers are the picky people. (nothing diparaging intended) But I didn't see one thing I do with deviled eggs, which is to add chopped bacon to the mix with a little bite of pickle relish..and i do use real mayo for myself.. but I mix it with a little salad dressing, as well.
This is how my grandmother taught me to make deviled eggs when I was a child and its the way I continue to make them now. I do add one extra thing to them (I like to say my "secret" ingredient) and thats just a dash or two of worcestershire sauce. It just gives it a little extra zip! Thanks for posting this recipe!
This is how I've always made my deviled eggs, except I use real mayo or LF real mayo. I guess I'm picky too since I don't like relish or onions in mine either. It wouldn't be a picnic or potluck dinner without good ol' basic deviled eggs!
This is a nice basic recipe for deviled eggs. This is the way I remember my mom making them when I was growing up. I liked to sprinkle the paprika on them when I was a kid. I went with the 1/2 cup of Miracle Whip as I did not want the mixture to be 'wet' for lack of a better term. I adopted this chef for the *Spring PAC 2008* game
You have this one right! Yummm.