QUICKMEAL! the best deviled eggs EVER (american) *guest blogger


1 dozen hard-boiled eggs
0.75 to 1 cup duke’s sandwich relish
1 tablespoon french’s yellow mustard
1.5 teaspoons sriracha sauce
0.5 teaspoon curry powder
2 teaspoons ketchup
handful chopped parsley
paprika for garnish
salt to taste
pepper to taste

listening to: ac/dc – you shook me all night long

~ by victor ahdieh, guest blogger

are you in the mood for quick comfort food?  palate, prepare yourself.  these deviled eggs are unstoppable.  for many of us, deviled eggs exist in a forgotten corner of our minds, but i challenge you to bring back a taste of the traditional with this fast, easy recipe.  it doesn’t have to take all afternoon to make delicious deviled eggs anymore.

how? save yourself a lot of headache and hassle by buying pre-boiled eggs.  they are packaged and placed next to all the other eggs in your local grocery store.

use one of your favorite knives to cut each egg in half, slicing down the middle from top to bottom.

use a teaspoon to neatly scoop out the yolk into a mixing bowl.

smash the egg yolks with the back of a fork until they are crumbled.  throw in the curry powder, the ketchup, the sriracha sauce (which is, btw, the best hot sauce EVER), the ketchup, and the french’s yellow mustard . . . but wait!  there’s more.  now, it is time to mix in the special ingredient: duke’s sandwich relish.  thus, an intricate tapestry of taste unfolds.  we’ve tried all different kinds of mayo/relish combos, and this is definitely the best.  if you can’t find it, you can use regular mayo and sweet pickle relish.

if you’re in the mood for unpretentious food, you owe it to yourself to try this recipe and indulge your taste buds.  this dish will satisfy everyone’s tastes and it is perfect for dinner parties because the recipe compliments almost any main entree.  these deviled eggs will take center stage.

bon appetit!

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4 Responses to QUICKMEAL! the best deviled eggs EVER (american) *guest blogger

  1. Elaine January 31, 2012 at 12:47 am #

    A super fast, delicious, comforting and colorful appetizer for virtually any occasion! They are SO DELISH–worth having high cholesterol for a batch of these!

  2. Pam Zdenek February 4, 2012 at 3:58 pm #

    Hey Vic – your deviled eggs are the guest of honor at Mama Z’s ‘House of Heartburn’ for this years 2012 Super Bowl party. I’m gonna get slammed for this comment, but none of us really care who the heck wins since we weren’t pulling for either of these teams, except somewhat for the underdog Giants. So we’re gonna go all out for the food, the drinks, the mayhem (love that Allstate guy!!!) and the fabulous S.B. commercials!

    Love you, and I hope you guys have a wonderful party up there in Charlotte!

    Aunt Pam

  3. Erica Cloer February 6, 2012 at 1:47 am #

    This guest blogger is amazing. I think his next post should be his medjool dates with eggs. I think he should be the Candid Cook’s Eggs-pert:)

  4. Pam Zdenek February 6, 2012 at 11:12 am #

    Eggs-specially since he makes it look like so much fun to make these things! Love the photos and the step-by-step directions. Even an attention-deficit blonde (is that an oxymoron??) like your Aunt Pam can follow this!

    Miss you Erica, and sending my love to you and to Chris!


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