Ziplock bag used as a piping bag
How do you get the filling in the eggs to look so nice? It is raised a bit with a lot of texture. What method do you use to put the filling in the eggs? Mine never look that good
First time making deviled eggs and everyone ate them right up! I boiled the eggs the day before and then stuck them in the fridge to save time. Another thing that made life easier was putting the mixed filling in a zip-lock bag, cutting a corner off, and then squeezing the filling into the halved eggs. Two thumbs up for this recipe! Thank you for providing it :)
These were great. I accidentally got a little crazy with the paprika at the end so they looked a bit odd, but they were delicious anyway. Other than the paprika accident, I followed the recipe exactly.
This recipe is amazing! Instead of using relish I used about 1/4 tsp of pickle juice and a tsp of sugar , overall good asf!
Dis Recipe was my stuff yall!!! Ive never enjoyed a deviled egg like dis before homediggity peace out. Paula Deen I love you babe aka suga
This was my first time making deviled eggs and they turned out so well. Thank you!!
I didn't have the sweet pickle relish, so I just skipped it, but it was still absolutely perfect!
This recipe is great. I added 1 tsp of sugar. It was a to salty for my family's taste. Overall I give a 4.9
Perfect deviled eggs like I remember from my childhood. I've tried so many different recipes through the years and never really found what I liked. This is it.
Just the right ingredients for perfect Deviled Eggs !!!!
Simple. Delicious. Simply delicious! When you just have that craving but don't want to dirty a dozen dishes just to make some deviled eggs, this is a perfect solution. I really enjoyed the sweet relish addition.
Yum! Good, basic, Southern recipe. Will definitely use again.
Classic and delicious, as well as quick to make. I use the recipe exactly as is, and I scale it up x2 for covered-dish meals. Also use them for Halloween, when I crack the hard-boiled eggs in the shell, dye them (like for Easter), then peel the eggs. This leaves a spidery (or bloodshot-eye) pattern on the eggs.