Friday, December 28, 2012

Stuffed Eggs

On a recent trip to our public library, Tasha Tudor's Cookbook caught my eye. 



I tried her recipe for French Dressing in order to try her recipe for Stuffed Eggs.
 

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It was a surprisingly savory recipe and we loved it! 
 
My family calls a similar recipe Deviled Eggs. 

 Six Hard Boiled Eggs
About half a cup of Mayonnaise
About half a cup of Sweet Relish

Cut the boiled eggs in half.  Pop out the yolks.  Smoosh the yolks with the mayo and relish.  Scoop the yolk mixture and place in the center of each egg white.

I made a batch of my family's sweet recipe along with a batch of Tasha's Savory ones.  It's always nice to try a new recipe, especially when it's a perfect compliment to an old one!

I'm curious about your family's traditions.  What do you call this kind of recipe?  Is it savory or sweet?

;-)  -Marci

12 comments:

  1. Looks delicious, perfect appetizer for winters. Thank you for visiting!

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  2. Thanks for co-hosting the blog hop! You have such a beautiful blog!
    Megab

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  3. Found you on the blog hop, I'm your newest follower:) Feel free to follow back and have a wonderful new year!
    The Real McCoy(s)

    BTW, everytime I make deviled eggs I have to find a new recipe, I'm going to save this one!

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  4. I just call that kind of recipe "Delicious"! I love stuffed eggs.

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  5. I love deviled eggs! They are seriously one of my very favorite foods. This looks delicious! Just found your blog and have enjoyed looking around and getting to know you better. Hope you don't mind if I follow along!

    new follower :)
    Bonnie
    thelifeofbon.com

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  6. My family calls those eggs 'Deviled', too. We use mayo, a little mustard, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper and sometimes finely chopped green onions.

    I'm a friend of your mom's out here in God's country. She told me about your blog!!!

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  7. We call this recipe "devilled eggs' too! We love to make them in the summer for a cool supper with ham and potato salad! Happy New Year and all the best for 2013! Angie xo

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  8. We love deviled eggs here too and I have about as many different recipes for them as I do for meatloaf!! I'll try this one and see if I can stick to it!

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  9. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Deviled Eggs or Stuffed Eggs. Thanks so much for Sharing on We Made That!

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  10. Yum! I love Deviled Eggs! those look delicious!

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  11. My kids love deviled eggs. But they never make them. I have to do that for some reason. This is a simple enough version.

    Thanks for bringing it to Tumbleweed Contessa's Super Bowl Party.

    Have a SUPER weekend! Linda

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