Saturday, January 28, 2012

Egg appetizers


6 eggs

1/4 cup mayonnaise
1/2 tsp yellow mustard seeds ground
1/2 tsp pepper
1/2 tsp salt to taste
Italian seasoning to garnish

Hard boil the eggs, cool and then peel the eggshell.
Cut the egg vertically into two, it helps if the egg is cool. Carefully remove the yolks and put it in a bowl. Add mayonnaise, ground yellow mustard seeds, salt and pepper. Mix everything till it is a smooth paste. Put the mixture into an icing bag with 1M or 2D tip and pipe inside the egg whites.
Garnish with Italian seasoning. And serve at room temperature or chilled.

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68 comments:

  1. really innovative..........superb

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  2. They Look Yummy

    Aarthi
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  3. really innovative............superb

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  4. I love it so much.. but hv never tried this at home.. the clicks tempts me so much

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  5. This reminds me of my childhood. My mum did similar ones often. They are so yummy.

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  6. Devil'd eggs! Yummy and creamy. Love it.

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  7. Seriously cant take my eyes from ur irresistible click,elegant and tempting..

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  8. They look so pretty and yummy..

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  9. I love eggs appetizers!! These look perfect!! Hope you're having a great weekend. ~ Ramona

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  10. they look cute...first time wen i ate in restaurant i was very surprised how could this be very creamy...

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  11. so pretty n looks delicious..:)

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  12. Looks beautiful and so easy to prepare!

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  13. yum!devilled eggs are a hot favourite in my house....the pic is really good.

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  14. Simple recipe,yet very attractive. This would be great for parties.

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  15. I always love deviled eggs. This is the way I normally make them, but I like to sprinkle some cayenne pepper on top for a little kick. Love your picture!

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  16. So simple and yet so delicious and great for parties.

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  17. it's kinda weird but I've never tasted them, they are such a great idea for parties and they look amazing

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  18. It's a very easy dish but you totally nailed it as these eggs look just perfect!

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  19. Oh dear. they look so inviting. Perfect for parties

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  20. que maravilla de aperitivo, me gusta mucho! Besitos

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  21. Delicious post. I think that the freshly ground mustard seeds would be the real key to awesome taste-Yum!

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  22. Hi Akheela, looks delicious and appetizing. Great recipe. Have a nice day.

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  23. lovely presentation and great appetizer!

    Erivum Puliyum

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  24. Devilled eggs ate making a comeback! I can remember my mom making them in the 70's! I like to get small eggs for bite-sized appetizers (Metro often has small eggs).

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  25. I love deviled eggs! They are so simple and very delicious.

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  26. Replies
    1. These look tempting, easy delicious and exquisite! yum!

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  27. Quick , easy and delicious recipe. Love it.

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  28. Great idea! This will be a good centerpiece, simply creative. Thanks for sharing.

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  29. Been wanting to try deviled eggs. I like the idea of using piping bags! Well done!

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  30. Yummy! these look absolutely delicious

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  31. These are wonderful! We love eggs, and these looks delicious! You did a lovely job with the swirls! Pretty eggs!

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  32. These deviled eggs look great!

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  33. We make our egg appetizers the same way, same recipe and its delicious, I know that for sure!

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  34. yummmmm... i love eggs & this looks absolutely smashing! that mayo mustav made the filling so creamy :)

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  35. I'm going to dream of these all day.

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  36. This looks great. I love eggs, they cook fast and are super healthy.
    Love Ash.

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  37. A different egg appetizer, using the ground yellow mustard seeds.
    The piping bag makes it look special, and the Italian seasoning adds just the right touch.

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  38. yummy appetizers, perfect for party..

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  39. that's a lovely appetizer for all the egg lovers

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  40. These made me smile - reminded me of my childhood, when these turned up at every party or picnic.
    Sue :-)

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  41. Mmmhhh, I love eggs and this appetizer looks wonderful!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  42. Love your version of deviled eggs! They look beautiful and delicious!

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  43. I love the addition of ground mustard seed version pre-made mustard...delicious treat!

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  44. Deviled eggs are in lately! My husband would love a big plate of these when he sits down to watch the Super Bowl this weekend.

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  45. Those are really cute looking egg appetizers :) Great idea and perfect for kids who don't like boiled egg yolks like my son...

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  46. Yummm - my husband would just go bonkers at the sight of these lovely beauties:)he is too much in love with eggs:) And this looks like the perfect snack for him!Lovely clicks dear.

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  47. Fantastic presentation & i loved the filling combo!

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  48. I just LOVE deviled eggs or any of its variations!

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  49. What a fantastic game day treat! You can't go wrong with deviled eggs...everybody loves them!

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  50. Wow..This looks yummy, super easy ... and I love mayo... So am gonna try it...for sure !

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  51. Yum! I'm putting these on my super bowl menu. Thanks for linking them up for the party :)

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  52. I love egg appetizers! I'd eat some right now ;).

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  53. Wonderful version of deviled eggs, looks delicious.

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  54. Aww these are so cute! They kind of remind me of cupcakes :D

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