Saturday, April 19, 2014

Colorful Deviled Eggs

Looking for an aesthetically pleasing alternative to the bland deviled eggs? Look no further! Here is my recipe for colorful and delicious deviled eggs.


Medium-sized saucepan
Dozen eggs
Dash of Baking Soda
Kraft Mayonnaise with Olive Oil (specific brand I use)
Food coloring
Three medium-sized bowls

1. Fill the saucepan halfway with water, sprinkle some baking soda in the mix, place all the eggs in the pan, place on the stovetop and turn onto high.
2. Take it to a rolling boil and turn down to medium heat and boil for 8 minutes.
3. Once boiled for 8 minutes turn stovetop off and let sit for another 5-10 minutes.
4. Pour remainder of water out and replace with cold tap water and let sit until cooled enough to peel.
5. Once all eggs are peeled start slicing each egg lengthwise (removing yolk and placing in a bowl).
6. Once all eggs are sliced put food coloring in separate bowls and add a cup of water (follow directions on package to obtain preferred color).
7. Steep egg slices in each color until the egg is at preferred color and remove.
8. Rinse egg slices and place on a serving tray as they are finished.
9. While eggs are steeping in color, add mustard, mayo, garlic and relish to the yolk and mix until creamy. I don't measure my ingredients out because I can eye when I've reached the correct amount.
10. Once all egg slices are colored and rinsed, scoop the yolk mixture into the slices and put in fridge until you're ready to serve.

Note: To create a better yolk design you can use icing tips or a simple sandwich bag with the tip cut off to create designs. 


1 comment:

  1. How fun! I've never thought of actually coloring the eggs.....thanks for sharing this idea with us at Saturday Night Fever!



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