Happy Halloween

My lovey family


Serves 2-4                                                                D-Eggs

This dish is one of Megan and Jaime’s favorites. We like to enjoy this traditional recipe as an appetizer, or anytime, in Jaime’s opinion. I am presenting this nibble to feed about 2-4 people, and normally prepare 2 eggs per guest. I listed white balsamic vinegar and Trader Joe’s sells it, but I am not sure who else. If you can find it, it’s really tasty and less acidic, if not, any tasty vinegar will do. This is a simple version of D-eggs and was originally created with a child’s tastes in mind, in other words, eradicating anything yucky.

 Preparation Time: 30 minutes

4 eggs hard boiled

½ tsp. salt

1 T.  mayonnaise

1 tsp. stone ground mustard

1/2 tsp. of white balsamic vinegar

1 tsp. of Chef Paul Magic Salt-Free Seasoning (or similar product)

Preparation: Place your eggs in a pan of cold water and add ½ tsp. of salt. Place on burner and bring to a boil. Place a cover on the pan and turn off the burner, once the water boils. Set timer for 15 minutes. When the timer goes off drain and fill pan with cold water. When the eggs have cooled remove shells and cut them in half carefully with a sharp knife. Remove the egg yolks. Be careful not to break the egg white, but if you do, it still tastes good. Place the yolks on a plate and smash with a fork. Mix mayonnaise, stone ground mustard, and vinegar together, then add to the mashed egg yolks. Use a teaspoon to gather the yolk mixture and place back inside the egg.  Arrange the eggs on a plate and sprinkle with salt free seasoning, eat immediately or chill for later.




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2 responses to “Happy Halloween

  1. Jaime

    4 eggs hard boiled!!?? I guess that works if I get there first, but what’s Megan having??

    D-eggs don’t get any better than these!!

  2. Megan

    Come on Jaime you know I don’t play when it comes to the D-eggs!
    Your family is strange mom.

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