Jo Zimny Recipe

Eggies Deviled Eggs

By Jo Zimny EmilyJo

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Jo's Story

Bought myself one of those Eggies things that you put your eggs in and cook them in the little plastic Eggies. They turned out pretty good.


6 large
hard boiled eggs
2 Tbsp
3/4 tsp
stone ground mustard
1/2 tsp
lemon juice
1/8 tsp
sea salt
1/8 tsp
fresh ground pepper

Directions Step-By-Step

Prepare your eggs by boiling them until they are hard boiled.
Peel them and cut them in half.
Remove the yolk and mix it with the mayo, mustard, lemon juice, salt and pepper.
Mash it with a fork or a whisk until smooth. Put in a piping bag and put the yolk mixture back into the egg white.
Sprinkle with a little paprika and serve.

About this Recipe

Hashtags: #eggs, #deviled

  • Comments

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    LOLA COLLINS lolajmay - Mar 14, 2012
    Did you really like those "eggies"? My husband teased me into ordering them, and I did all the stuff according to directions. So what a pain that was! The next day I made deviled eggs my way, and had them finished by the time the eggies just cooked. My friends thought the description of me making the eggs was pretty goofy. The eggies, flat bottomed and all, did not do well to get the yolk out without tearing the white. The finished eggs looked pretty pathetic. Since then I have been craving deviled eggs! Just had to have those eggies!! They make a great "white elephant" sale item! I'm thinking they sell lots of eggies ONE TIME!
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    Jo Zimny EmilyJo - Mar 23, 2012
    Yes, i did like them. I have problems making hard boiled eggs. I don't know what it is, my eggs never peel right. So these saved me the hassel and they turned out good comparened to how mine usually do. I've made a lot of egg salad because of the inside of the egg sticking to the shells. Might be because I'm at 5,000 feet, not sure.
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    LOLA COLLINS lolajmay - Jun 6, 2012
    Boiled eggs have always been a pain, but decided I don't care how they look. Older eggs (usually old enough when purchased at store) work maybe better than fresh from the hen! : ) Bring to boil, turn off heat, cover, let stand for 15-20 min. Cool in running water, drain, shake pan to crack shells, peel under cold running water,helps to start at the end that has a bubble, make sure membrane (yuck) is started with peel. Sometime there is still a problem with the white coming off with shell. (I don't care anymore about that). Just make a yummy filling, pipe it on to make that part look pretty---never had anyone avoid the ugly ones!