Best Deviled Eggs
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 15 min.
Have made these a few times now and with some changes, really like them. I omitted the milk and added 3 tsp. red wine vinegar. I also used prepared mustard (2 tsp) instead of the ground mustard.
Made this today for my spouse to take to work tomorrow. So easy and absolutely delicious! I made 18 eggs so use 3/4 cup of mayonnaise and 1 tsp of the other ingredients. Will be making this again for sure!
My family devours deviled eggs and I'm always looking for new twists on the traditional fare. Made these for a July 4th cookout and everyone loved them. I omitted the garlic powder but kept everything else the same. A nice change from the usual deviled eggs with sweet pickle relish. Will definitely make these again!
Make sure to use salad dressing instead of mayonnaise and you will be well pleased with this recipe.
No comment left
I didn’t care for this recipe. I’ll make Paula Deen’s recipe next time. This has too much mayo and the dill weed didn’t enhance the flavor.
While I liked this recipe, it needed something more. I added about 1-2 teaspoons of dill pickle relish and smoked paprika. It needed the vinegar taste. It was good.
These are the best deviled eggs I’ve had on a long time! Have made them to take to work and gotten rave reviews. Definitely one of my go-to recipes!
No comment left
I halved the recipe for my small family. While they were good, they didn't "wow" me, and I doubt I will make them again. I would consider them "stuffed eggs" rather than deviled; to me deviled eggs have that extra spark of heat (hence "deviled").