Mom's Deviled Eggs

Mom's Deviled Eggs Recipe

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Sherry Gentry


Since we are having a batch of these at dinner tonight I thought I would share my favorite deviled egg recipe. Again I was raised eating these and no one can seem to get enough. We all used to fight over them when the family got together. I miss the "Good Old Days" Thanks Mom and may you rest in peace.

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12 large
eggs, hard boiled
2 Tbsp
kraft real mayo, approximately
2 tsp
french's mustard, approximately
1 Tbsp
pickle relish, dill or sweet, approximately
salt & pepper to taste

How to Make Mom's Deviled Eggs


  • 1In a large pot boil all eggs. Peel, place on platter, cover with wet paper towel and refrigerate until cool or cold.
  • 2Next cut eggs in half length-wise and place back on platter. Scoop out all yellow from eggs and put in separate mixing bowl.
  • 3Add mayo, mustard, pickle relish & salt and pepper to yellows. Smash yellows with fork and combine until creamy.
  • 4Using a small spoon, put small amount of mixture into well of each egg half. If there is extra mixture, evenly add to already prepared eggs. It is o k to over stuff.
  • 5Sprinkle paprika on each egg and serve. There should not be any left overs, but in case, snack on them later as they do not keep over night.

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About Mom's Deviled Eggs

Course/Dish: Poultry Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: Southern
Other Tags: For Kids, Heirloom

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