“Deviled” Eggs have been made for centuries and in many cultures but is especially popular in the USA and most especially in our southern states. Simple concept really. Hard boil eggs, slice in half, scoop out the yolks to mix with add-ins (think mayonnaise or mustard, creative flavors), whipped together and scooped or piped into the white portions for a lovely mouthful that is easy to hold. The ‘deviled’ appellation comes from an American colonial habit of calling spicy foods by that name.
There are so many creative recipes I turned to the fabulous Southern Living magazine for options. I stopped counting at 50 different recipes when you do a search. The possibilities are endless. Stop by the magazine with the link below to find some delicious versions:
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6 thoughts on “National Deviled Eggs Day”
Great recipe,something new out of hard boiled eggs to many of us over here.Thanks for sharing.
Hope you enjoy the many varieties there are to choose from!
Certainly,please keep sharing those lovely recipes.🌹👍
I love deviled eggs. Just no pickles! Who knew that they had a “day”.
Yes, nearly everything has a “day” and I try to celebrate them. I’ve given up trying to prepare the dishes for each day. But sometimes. Enjoy!