July 4th Cooking: Deviled Eggs

4th Eggs

“Hai guys, I have deviled eggs!”
Never say this around my town, you guys, because they will ‘magically’ disappear.
I kid you not. In the spirit of giving (they’ve been on my computer for weeks now) I bring you my recipe. Kinda sorta.

See, I eyeball these, as Rachael Ray would say.

4th Devilled Eggs Obviously, you’ve first gotta boil your eggs. Don’t know how? It’s easy. Put a dozen eggs in a pot, pour in enough water to cover the eggs, and add about a quarter teaspoon salt. Put it on your stove and let it come to a rolling boil. Once it’s boiling furiously, turn off the heat and time for 15 minutes. Pour the hot water off, and then rinse the eggs till they’re cool enough to touch. Then peel.
With that said, here’s the rest of your must haves:

  1. Miracle Whip (NOT mayonnaise.)
  2. Yellow mustard
  3. Salt and pepper
  4. Food processor
  5. Spoon
  6. Serving Plates

It’s very complicated, I know.

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The next logical step is to cut ’em open lengthwise and pop those pretty yellow yolks into the bowl of your food processor. If your eggs didn’t peel cleanly, don’t fret. The ‘problem’ whites are there for a reason: you’ve gotta make sure they’re good for your family! LOL ๐Ÿ˜€

After all your yolks are in the bowl, cover it and pulse a couple of times until yolks look sort of like cornmeal. You definitely do NOT want smoothness here, so go slow! You’ll be doing more pulsing with the other ingredients.

Next add around a tablespoon of mustard, and 1/3 cup Miracle Whip. Pulse it a few times to get everything mixed together, but don’t pulse till smooth. Take the mixture off the machine and stir in salt and pepper to taste. You want something like this:

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Using a cereal spoon, fill up the whites with the yolk mixture. You can top the eggs with a bit of paprika if you like.

That’s it! Pretty easy ๐Ÿ˜€

More pictures:

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4th Eggs
4th Devilled Eggs
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