Friday, May 13, 2011

Divinely Devilish Deviled Eggs-RWOP Video Host Challenge




Divinely Devilish Deviled Eggs
RWOP Video Host Challenge




I absolutely love deviled eggs but I'm very picky about their texture and flavor. After years of deviled egg failures and successes I've come up with many delicious recipes however, my new recipe using the Kraft Chive and Onion Spreadable Cream Cheese is the tops!! In this video I'll also share my tried and true method of cooking the "perfect" hard boiled egg! Yup, you heard it here first...the perfect boiled egg! No more over cooked, discolored egg yolks, just pure yellow, creamy yolks ready to be whipped up into the most delicious deviled egg filling.

  • Prep time: 15 minutes
  • Cook time: 30 minutes
  • Total time: 45 minutes
  • Servings: 6
Recipe:
  • 1/4 cup(s) of Philadelphia Chive and Onion spreadable cream cheese
  • 1/2 cup(s) of Mayonnaise
  • 1/4 cup(s) of sour cream
  • 1/4 tsp. of dry mustard
  • 1/2 tsp. of curry powder
  • 1 small container pimentos for garnish
  • 1 bunch fresh chive for garnish
  • 6 fresh eggs
              


 Method:

  1. Fill a medium large sauce pan with ice cold water, gently add 6 fresh raw eggs to the pan, place pan on cold stove burner, turn heat to high and set timer for 20 minutes, bring water to a rolling boil then reduce heat to medium high and continue to boil eggs for remainder of the set timer
  2. Immediately remove eggs from heat and run eggs under ice cold water for 1 minute, begin cracking one egg at a time allowing the cold water to run on the egg while peeling, the shell should peel away from the eggs flesh with out any sticking or tearing
  3. cut eggs into halves, gently remove yolk. Place cooked yolks in a fine strainer or sieve and press yolks through with a wooden spoon, scrape egg yolk off of sieve if any remains stuck to the bottom
  4. add wet ingredients to the strained egg yolks and blend well, add curry powder, dry mustard and season with salt and pepper to taste, mix well. Place the filling into a pastry bag fitted with a large pipping tip, pipe egg halves with filling, garnish with fresh chive, pimentos and a dash of red chili powder. Serve

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11 comments:

  1. So sorry to all those who left comments here the past few days. When blogspot went down so did this post!! Thanks for being patient and please fell free to leave a new comment♥

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  2. AMAZING! I've been looking for a great deviled egg recipe. Can I beg you to come link up this, and a couple other, recipes in my recipe contest/linky? PLEASE?!? :D
    http://www.bigklittlea.com/2011/05/concours-dcuisine-may-edition.html

    I'm pinning this...and following you too!
    ~K
    bigklittlea.com

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  3. Thanks K...I'll stop by to link up asap!! These is truly the best deviled eggs I've ever made!

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  4. wow! i definitely have to make one of this! mouth watering :) btw thanks for taking time visiting my site, i'm following you back now. have a great day and thanks for the recipe :)

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    Have a happy day!

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  6. This looks really delicious, Rebecka! You are one amazing cook! I've enjoyed your video! Love your "Hen Egg Plate"!

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  7. Hi Joy, I love that little hen egg plate! I found it at an antique store years ago and just had to have it..the hen was cracked by my youngest child when she was just 2 but I glued it back together and it's almost as good as new. Funny thing...I never know what to put under the hen! I had to come up with something for the video so I ended up with the picked corn. Thanks for visiting!

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  8. cherry and Nelson, Thank you both for following At Home with Rebecka. I'll be visiting your blogs and following back!!

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  9. Deviled eggs looks yummy. Nice presentation.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  10. Hello Vardhini, Thank you for stopping by for a visit and leaving a comment about the deviled eggs! I really appreciate your thoughtfulness!! I'll be visiting your blog asap!

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  11. Those look great. I have an award for you.


    http://bacontimewiththehungryhypo.blogspot.com/2011/05/i-just-won-major-award-sorry-i-love.html

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