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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Super Bowl Deviled Eggs

What's easier than Deviled Eggs?? 

 I have made deviled eggs forever and I have never had any left over.  It's seems like something that is so easy is always a favorite of everyone. 

I have read so many ways to make the perfect hard boiled egg. You know no one likes that funny greeny color surrounding the yolk when the eggs are over cooked. 
 I have discovered a way that works for me perfectly ever time:) 

Place 12 eggs in a pan and add enough cool water to cover the eggs by at least 1 inch over the tops.   Bring to a boil, let boil for about 1 minute. Remove from heat, cover and let sit for 15 minutes.   Pour out hot water and run cool water over eggs, I sometimes even throw a glass of ice into the pan with the eggs to cool them down quickly. 



When cool, peel the eggs.  Slice the eggs in half lengthwise and remove yolks to a small bowl.  The yolks will be a beautiful yellow color with no green:)




Add 1/3 cup mayonnaise and 2 tablespoons of yellow mustard.   Using a dinner fork, mash egg yolks and mix well. Add salt and pepper to taste.  Spoon into the white egg halves.  

Cut chives into small pieces and arrange to appear as football lacing:) 



Ready for your Super Bowl Party!!!



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52 comments:

  1. I am usually still busy making deviled eggs, when Roy finishes about half of them!

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  2. I LOVE deviled eggs! Yours are so cute with the chives for football laces.Gosh, I could eat at least two right now. Yum!

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  3. That is also how I cook my hard boiled eggs; I have never seen leftover Hard boiled eggs from any party function.

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  4. Cute idea! I also cook my eggs this way - makes them perfect!

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  5. Buenos Dias Evelyn! I'm always searching for deviled eggs recipes, my husband can't have enough of them! This one is going to be tried for sure and it's going on my http://pinterest.com/lizykitty2320/good-eats board on pinterest! thank You for posting! Hugs, Lizy

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  6. CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!! I will do this!!! I made jack-o-lantern faces from olives at halloween, for a party too. Have a great day! XO, pinky

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  7. FUN! We've done these before and they were a big hit!!

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  8. My husband loves deviled eggs--they are the first thing he'll eat at any potluck--I usually put just a little sweet pickle relish and a tiny bit of onions in mine to give them a little kick.

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  9. what a GREAT idea ;)

    thanks for linking up with us today at Think Outside The Blog!

    sabz @ theeclecticgrabbag.com

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  10. So cute & they're always a hit at parties! (:

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  11. I love this idea! You can turn any type of food into a theme! This will be GREAT addition to parties this year.

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  12. Yum! We love hard-boiled eggs, and a party or holiday wouldn't be complete unless we had a plate of them on the table. Your recipe is almost exactly like mine, only I add dill pickle relish. I LOVE the cute idea of adding fresh chive to make them look like footballs.

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  13. these are cute! My husband loves them but only eats the whites, hahha...weird I know. I love him anyway.

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  14. My Mom used to make deviled eggs, and we looooooooove it
    These are great for any party

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  15. Yum, love those deviled eggs. Pinned:) Would love to by a vintage camper!!! New follower. Follow back at
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  16. We add dill pickle relish but otherwise ours are cooked/ made the same :-) Mr. B took a couple of dozen to his work pot luck and they were devoured in minutes! Love how you dressed yours up for the big game!

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  17. Thanks for hosting! And those eggs are too cool! Pinning them :)

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  18. I'm in love with these! They are SO cute!

    Found you at Domesblissity!

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  19. What a great idea! so festive, and easy, even I can do that!
    Pinning!

    hugs x
    crystelle

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  20. These are adorable! I love creative food...but they're almost too cute to eat! ;) I'd love for you to link these up at my new linky party to share with my readers!

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  21. These recipes just keep getting better! Aren't these the cutest thing you've ever seen? Nice job. Take care, Linda

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  22. Yum! I love deviled eggs, and also make them for parties. There are never leftovers. I like your spin on these with the dill for the Big Game! [GO 49ers!]

    Doreen
    altered-artworks.blogspot.com
    @alteredartworks

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  23. those are cute! no need to reply via email--i enocurage you to visit my blog instead :)

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  24. What a clever idea!! I love it!

    Thank you for sharing and for joining this week's Harvest of Friends Weekend Blog Hop!

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  25. This is a super cute idea! I think I'm going to make these tomorrow! Have a great weekend! =D

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  26. Yummy! So creative. I hope you stop by to link- http://atozebracelebrations.com/2013/01/link-party-5.html
    Nancy

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  27. This reminds me of some dinner parties from when I was younger. Deviled eggs were a favourite of my mums to serve our guest. I must get her to try this recipe. :)

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  28. Hello, Evelyn - Thanks for bringing these over to Saturday Dish. Be sure and come back next week for Valentine's Day goodies. It will be fun to see what everyone's best is.

    Tumbleweed Contessa will be starting a new linky party on Monday, "What'd You Do This Weekend?" Hope you can drop by with anythink at all you would like to link up.

    Linda

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  29. Such a cute recipe! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday! Sharing with a friend of mine who always makes these eggs for parties.

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  30. Love these eggs! Super Bowl perfection! ~ Paula

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  31. These are perfect for the Super Bowl! Come on over to link them up at my Tailgating Time Super Bowl party! :)

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  32. I have never made these! Yours look so cool with the 'laces' on them! Thanks for the tips!

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  33. It's not a good party without Deviled Eggs, love your presentation. Have a great week and thank you so much for sharing your awesome recipe with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  34. I love deviled eggs. These looks so cute with the little football design.

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  35. These are so cute! Wish I'd seen them BEFORE the Superbowl! Stopping in today from Lisa's Grand Social.

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  36. Oh what an adorable idea! I'm passing this on to my favorite football fan!

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  37. These look delicious and so cute! I would love for you to share this or any of your great ideas at the link party going on now (and every Saturday through Tuesday) at 'Or so she says ...' Also, don't miss the Sweethearts Giveaway with over $2,000 in prizes. Hope to see you there! www.oneshetwoshe.com

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  38. A cute and easy idea. Such a quick way to make for festive football food. Thank you for sharing in the GRAND Social!

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  39. Really cute,Evelyn! Such a simple thing, but it makes a big difference. Great idea.
    Thanks for linking!

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  40. One of my favorites! Cute how you made them look like footballs. Clever are you! Thanks for sharing with SYC
    hugs,
    Jann

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  41. Deviled eggs are my husband's all time favorite. What a cute idea to add the chives! Thanks for sharing with us at Real Housemoms for Fabulous Fridays!

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  42. How cute and creative! Love it. Thank you so much for sharing at a Bouquet of Talent.

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  43. Thanks for linking up another awesome project!

    Have a great week!
    Susie@bowdabra
    http://bowdabrablog.com/2013/02/09/saturday-showcase-craft-project-linky-19/

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  44. Using the chives to decorate the devilled eggs as footballs is very clever. Love the idea! -Yen

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  45. Evelyn, these are just as good the second time around. Thanks for linking to Saturday Dishes.

    Linda

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  46. I am making these eggs tomorrow for sure! Thanks for a great idea!

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))