Summer is on its way and graduation parties have started! My older brother had his open house and this was my contribution. Because of the move we ordered a lot of the food, but I was really happy that I could make something. I made 128 eggs for the party and there were only about ten eggs left! I couldn’t believe how big of a hit they were. If you are looking for a recipe to please a crowd that is healthy and
easy not too hard to make, this is your platter.
I found the recipe off of a lovely little blog (SOKBerry) you can visit her recipe for devilled eggs here.
6 large eggs
1/4 cup mayonnaise
1 teaspoon mustard
salt (to taste)
Bring eggs to the boil and simmer for 15 minutes. Take off the heat, drain and set aside to cool. Once the eggs are cool de-shell them. Slice the eggs in half lengthwise with a non-serrated knife. Pop out the yolks into a medium bowl and put whites aside. Add most of the mayonnaise, all the vinegar and mustard into the bowl. You can use a handled mixer to combine well, then taste. If the mixture is too thick, add a little more mayonnaise. You can just spoon the whites at this point or put filling into a pastry bag fitted with a big star tip. Pipe into the center of the whites so they rise well above the flats of the whites. Sprinkle paprika and it’s ready to be served.