As we are dreaming of warmer days ahead, we can’t help but anticipate what our next gathering will be. Since the holiday hustle has come to an end, the next celebration arriving soon is Easter!
When we think of Easter gatherings, we immediately picture a lush table set outside with a traditional menu full of everyone’s favorites. One recipe that comes to mind for an Easter gathering is deviled eggs. There is something so comforting and delicious about deviled eggs and we happen to have a long-standing recipe that EVERY guest raves about.
The best part about deviled eggs is that they can easily be customized to your preferred palate. Whether you prefer to add jalapeños for a spicier flavor profile or enjoy the sweeter route with pickle relish, there are endless ways to enjoy this classic dish.
Dress up your deviled eggs with herbs and serve on a festive platter!
Deviled “Golden” Eggs
¼ teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon fine black pepper
1/8 teaspoon garlic powder
5 tablespoons mayonnaise
3 tablespoons sweet salad cubes or relish
¼ teaspoon sweet paprika, to garnish
Wash and place 8 eggs in a pot and cover with cold water. Bring water and eggs to a boil and continue to boil uncovered for 15 minutes. Drain and return eggs to the pot. Set the pot in the sink and run cold water over eggs. Peel eggs under cold running water and set aside.
Cut eggs in half lengthwise and trim a thin slice off the bottom so the eggs sit flat on a plate. Using a small spoon, remove and place yolks in small bowl. Mash yolks with a fork until they look like small fine grains without lumps. Stir in salt, pepper, and garlic powder to mashed egg yolks. Add mayonnaise and relish or salad cubes to the egg yolk mixture and combine until blended. The mixture should be smooth and creamy. Add more pickle juice if needed.
Use a small spoon to fill the halves. Sprinkle with a pinch of sweet paprika.
Serve It Up
Stylishly present your deviled eggs on a Deco Gold Scallop Platter for a complementary pairing.
Place a few Color Block Brass Napkins at each place setting to highlight the brighter hues.