As the holidays approach, many people turn their attention to cooking. Thanksgiving, holiday gatherings and company potlucks will shine brighter with a plate of Paula Deen deviled eggs. Often referred to as the Mother of Southern Cooking, Paula Deen’s recipes contain heavy doses of butter and cream. While these ingredients lead to much criticism from healthy living experts, there is no doubt that her recipes are delicious.
Paula Deen Deviled Eggs - Tis the Season for Appetizers
Paula Deen deviled eggs are a holiday favorite. See what Paula puts in her Southern style recipe. So simple even a computer geek can make them. We have pictures to prove it.
Chef ManCave Tackles Paula Deen Deviled Eggs
With the cold November winds blowing in Michigan, the kitchen offers a more comfortable place to exercise my ManCave skills. My latest challenge is attempting 15 Paula Deen recipes. Today's project: Paula Deen Deviled Eggs.
Paula Deen Deviled Eggs Recipe
Prep time 15 min - Total time 25 min
Ingredients for 14 servings
7 large eggs (hard boiled and peeled) • 1/4 cup of mayonnaise • 1-1/2 tablespoons of sweet pickle relish • 1 teaspoon of prepared mustard • Salt and pepper to taste
Remove yolks and place in mixing bowl. Mash yolks and add mayonnaise, relish, mustard. Mix thoroughly.
Fill empty egg whites with a spoon of egg mixture.
Garnish and serve. Cover plate with plastic wrap if stored in the refrigerator.
Chef ManCave Alterations
- I used sweet chili relish (found in the Asian section of most stores)
- I used 2 tablespoons of spicy brown mustard
- I used scallion greens for garnish
How Hard is a Hard Boiled Egg?
For the lucky people who make perfect hard boiled eggs every time, you can ignore this section. However, I fall into the other category. I have tried several gadgets and gimmicks but still fail to cook a decent hard boiled egg. As I prepared myself for the Paula Deen deviled egg challenge, I ran across this simple video. I followed it carefully. I succeeded.
The Final Result
Paula Deen Deviled Eggs
Here we are. Compare the pictures below. Chef ManCave - the computer geek from Detroit versus Paula Deen - the Mother of Southern cooking. No doubt who the victor will be but hopefully my efforts will score a few points with the judges. What is important to see though is that even kitchen challenged people can create these tasty appetizers.
Cook well, Eat well, Live Well…