Introduction: Kitty's Creamy Country Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are such a classic American dish that it's hard not to love them. Here's my southern style creamy deviled eggs. When I made these for my partners' dad, he told my partner he needs to hurry up and marry me, gave us all a good laugh. They seem to be a hit every time I serve them. Hope you enjoy! :)
Step 1: Ingredients
- I used 7 eggs, serving three people, you can add more or less depending on your crowd and adjust your ingredients accordingly
- 3/4 Cup Dukes Mayonaise
- Dill Relish, 2 Tablespoons
- Ground Mustard, hefty pinch
- Dried Dill, hefty pinch
- Dried Terragon, hefty pinch
- Black Pepper, as desired
Step 2: Boil Your Eggs
I usually let mine start to boil and then turn off the heat and let them sit for 15 minutes, and they're perfectly done. I accidentally set my burner to low instead of turning it all the way off this time, so they were slightly overdone, but still well suited for deviled eggs.
Step 3: Split Your Eggs
Cut your eggs in half and store the yolks in a separate bowl for mixing.
Weird indoor lighting, sorry guys
Step 4: Break Down Egg
Macerate your egg with a fork.
Step 5: Mix
Add in your mayonnaise, dill relish, tarragon, pepper, dill weed, and ground mustard. Mix thoroughly until creamy consistency has been reached.
Step 6: Refrigerate and Serve
Top with a sprinkling of paprika. Let them cool in the fridge until all the ingredients have set, and then serve!
I hope you enjoyed this recipe, if you would like to see more recipes from me please let me know. :) I'm new to the community but I would love to be a regular.
5 years ago
I love deviled eggs, I wonder what ways you could put a spin on them to make them different from the other hundred or so on instructables.
Reply 4 years ago
I think the tarragon and dill relish give them a kick that is homey but a little unique.
You could also omit the dill relish, and reduce the mayo to 1/2, and add in sriracha for sriracha deviled eggs.
I think chopping pimentos into your egg mixture is great also. :)
Reply 4 years ago
Cool, great ideas!!