It's simple, it's quick, it's so tasty you'll want to eat the lot and it's even nutritious - my classic deviled eggs recipe.
Need a simple but delicious lunch for one? Or a stylish starter for a dinner party? Or perhaps you need to find a striking centrepiece for a finger buffet?
You've come to the right place. This recipe has it all - and because it's centered around your chickens' nutritious eggs and uses low fat ingredients, you can claim that it's nourishing too.
A classic deviled eggs recipe laid out for an Easter finger buffet.
(Like the platter? Find out where you can buy it here).
I put off looking at any deviled egg recipe for ages - I thought it was complicated. I couldn't have been more wrong. It's so easy that I now make them very regularly, both this basic version and some more adventurous ones.
Once you've got to grips with the basic recipe there are dozens of variations to be made based on your own likes and dislikes.
This recipe is delicious and doesn't overpower with vinegar as so many others do. It's a simple, delicate taste which I love so much that, to be honest, I rarely make any other.
So try this one first and then graduate to experimenting with your own additions if you want to.
The ingredients couldn't be easier.
These quantities are enough for twelve half eggs : if you need more (or less) just increase or decrease accordingly.
Did you like the platter in this pic at the top of the page?
Personally I love it.
It's a great way to serve deviled eggs either at a dinner party or as part of a finger buffet - it stops them all from sliding off the plate.
It looks like cut glass but it's actually plastic, so relatively inexpensive and less likely to break.
It holds up to 15 half eggs and the thing I really love about it is the space in the centre for any kind of decoration, according to the event. This one, of course, is set for an Easter table.
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One of the enormous joys of keeping chickens is having your own wonderful fresh eggs warm from the nesting box.
I've written several articles about eggs, both their nutritional value and some recipes. These are just a starting point for you.
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