Is there an American holiday where deviled eggs aren't a staple? I don't think so. If you do though, let me know which one it is.
On holidays, I like to prepare some foods that we don't eat everyday, and deviled eggs is one of the favorite, they're easy and tasty.
Even though I learned to make deviled eggs not too long ago, I never follow recipes. I like to modify them, adding "my own", especially when I don't have the exact ingredients they call for.
All that being said, these are the ingredients I used to make the deviled eggs pictured:
eggs, I used 10
horseradish sauce (I bought mine from Ikea - we were not fans of this sauce, it tastes like mayo, but it worked great in this recipe), 2-3 tablespoons
low fat mayo - 2 tablespoons
wholegrain organic mustard (we bought it at Ikea and it's spicy!) - 1 teaspoon
brown mustard (not spicy) - 1-2 teaspoons
green parsley and paprika for garnishing
Side note: Did you know that parsley helps eliminate bad breath? And that it's full of good-for-you vitamins?
Directions: Boil the eggs for 10 minutes. Peel them (tip: For easy peel, place the boiled eggs in ice cold water) and cut them in half, lengthwise. Separate the egg yolks from the whites. Place the egg whites on a serving platter of choice.
Mix the egg yolks with all the other ingredients, apart from the green parsley and paprika. Disperse slowly in the eggs white. Garnish with paprika and parsley.
Let me know what you think if you make deviled eggs my way.