Friday, April 6, 2012

Egg-cellent Honey Dijon Mustard Deviled Eggs

 Eggs are everywhere during the Easter Season. My kids love the colorful plastic eggs that are filled with treats and chocolates. My favorite kind of eggs are any egg I can eat... especially delicious deviled eggs.  When I made these deviled eggs, my kids were popping them in their mouths faster than I could fill them.  I still managed to save a few for my pictures thank goodness. Everyone thinks of mayonnaise when it comes to making the filling of deviled eggs... I think of mustard. I love the tang mustard gives and I complimented it with some honey. These eggs were irresistible and if you are an egg loving person like my family is you will think they are Egg-cellent!

18 large eggs boiled (see boiling instructions below)
3-4 Tbs of light mayonnaise
1 Tbs of Dijon Mustard
2 tsp of American Yellow mustard
1 tsp honey
salt and pepper to taste
Garnish with paprika and minced green chilies

Here are the best instructions I have seen for boiling eggs.  You will need a pan with a tight fitting lid.  Place eggs in a pan and fill with cold water.  Bring water and eggs to a rapid boil.  Then turn stove off and place a lid on top of the pan. Allow eggs to sit in the boiled water for 10 minutes. Drain away the hot water and replace with cold water and peel.

After you peel all your eggs, cut them in half and separate the white from the yolk
Then add the ingredients to the egg yolks and mash well.  Fill the egg whites with the yolk filling and sprinkle with paprika and minced green chilies. Enjoy.


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