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Picture of Cajun-style Deviled Eggs

What you’re about to witness/be a part of is a twist on the classic deviled egg.  I know that we’ve all seen them at picnics and potlucks, but many of us have justifiably steered clear of them.  Not anymore!  Once you introduce your family and friends to these babies you can bet they’ll not only be the hit of the party, but people will look forward to them with anticipation at future gatherings! 

 

Step 1: The Materials

Picture of The Materials

**Before you start please give careful consideration to the fact that you'll be using a couple of sharp/pointed objects and you'll be handling boiling water.  It's best to accomplish these simple steps without the presence of small children in the kitchen.   

6 eggs (any amount will work, but you’ll have to adjust the measurements of the other ingredients to suit your taste)

2 tbsps. Mayonnaise

½ tsp. Hot sauce

1 tsp. Dijon mustard

¼ tsp. ground black pepper

A sprinkle Creole seasoning

1 plastic sandwich bag

A knife

A spoon

A fork

Kitchen shears or scissors

A mixing bowl

A 2-qt sauce pan