Deviled Eggs

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PALEO THANKSGIVING RECIPES

Welcome to my week of Paleo Thanksgiving recipes! Yes,each day this week I will share a recipe to help celebrate the holiday.  I’m starting off with an appetizer and will finish the week with a dessert so be sure to check back in.

It isn’t a holiday in my house unless there are deviled eggs.  No mam. They better be on the table for Thanksgiving,  Christmas and New Years.   I ♥ mayo.  I remember eating spoonfuls of it when I was a kid and I gleefully do it now also.  So eggs plus mayo is just a fat bomb of happiness to me. Every year when my mom would make deviled eggs I would snatch the plate and eat half of it before a shower of curse words in Tagalog exploded in my ear.  It was worth it and now that I’m the cook, I can have as many as I want.

For the mayo I used this mayo recipe.  I have never been able to make mayo until I got a Blendtec and made her recipe.   After you make the mayo, the rest is easy as pie.

PALEO THANKSGIVING RECIPES

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Paleo Deviled Eggs
 
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Serves: 3
Ingredients
  • 6 hard boiled egg, sliced and the yolk and egg separated
  • ¼ cup plus 1 tbsp mayo
  • ¼ tsp onion power
  • ¼ tsp turmeric
  • ½ tsp dijon mustard
  • paprika for garnish
Instructions
  1. Take the egg yolks and blend with the mayo, onion power, turmeric and Dijon mustard until smooth.
  2. Pipe into the egg whites and garnish with paprika.

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Comments

    • Kelly Bejelly says

      The trick to peeling hard boiled eggs is that you want the eggs to be older. If you buy a dozen and keep them in the fridge for a week and boil they should peel super easy.

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