Truly Deviled Eggs – A Fun Twist!

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I love deviled eggs! Every holiday season, I’ll boil a dozen or so for every party. Someone gave me the idea once to switch the egg whites and the yolks. At first I thought they were kidding me, but then I tried it, and it was so much fun!

Deviled Eggs

The recipe for deviled eggs that most people follow basically has you boil the eggs. Then you remove the shells, and cut them in half. Next you take the yolks and whip them with paprika, mayonnaise, mustard, and salt. Finally, you scoop the whipped yolks back into the shells you made of the whites. You can usually then garnish them with a little sprinkle of paprika.

For this variation, if you’d like to carefully remove the whites, and whip them with mayo, mustard, paprika, and salt, you can. You could also leave them in tact and whip the mayo and mustard together, then ‘frost’ the eggs. If you do that, then garnish the eggs with a sprinkle of paprika and salt.

This particular recipe didn’t take very long to develop, and I still have work to do on perfecting it. If you have any suggestions, ideas, or comments, I’d love to hear from you in the comments below. You can also reach me via email at dawn@dawnforever.com.

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Truly Deviled Eggs
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Truly Deviled Eggs
Course Miscellaneous
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 15 Minutes
Passive Time 15 Minutes
Servings
However Many You Want
Ingredients
Course Miscellaneous
Cuisine American
Prep Time 10 Minutes
Cook Time 15 Minutes
Passive Time 15 Minutes
Servings
However Many You Want
Ingredients
Truly Deviled Eggs
Instructions
  1. Start by shining a flashlight through an egg and noting the color you see. This might seem trivial, but it's SUPER important!
  2. The next step is to wrap the entire egg in clear tape. You can leave the very top and very bottom uncovered to make getting the tape of easier later, though that really shouldn't present a problem.
  3. Put the taped egg inside the middle of the nylon, and secure it in place with the twist ties. You now have a really fun looking spinning toy!
  4. Now you get to spin the egg. Do this by holding the nylon from either side and spinning the egg back and forth. Check the egg by shining a flashlight through it. The egg is done when you it's all dark.
  5. Boil the egg or eggs for about fifteen minutes, stirring them often in the pot. Be gentle, it would suck to do all this work and then crack one so everything leaks out.
  6. Once you finish boiling them, allow them to sit and soak in the hot water for another five minutes. Then put them in a bowl of ice until it's cold to the touch.
  7. The tape should slide off relatively easy at this point, and you can peel the eggs to expose a yellow exterior. If you cut it in the middle, you'll expose the whites in the center.
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