Ina Garten's Deviled Eggs!

This is appetizers week in our Ina Garten Fridays group!!  I chose her deviled eggs because we love deviled eggs and I never deviate from my old family recipe so I thought I would branch out and try something different.  I'm so glad I did!  I love these and I am sure my DH will love them tonight for dinner also.

With just these ingredients, you can impress your guests or yourself, with some delicious deviled eggs.

Ina's recipe says to hardboil six eggs.  (I only did five because that was all I had and mine turned out a little fluffier than they probably should have, but delicious just the same).  If you don't know how to boil eggs, please take a minute to learn.  If your eggs turn out green, you have overcooked them.  To make perfect boiled eggs every time, I put my eggs in cold water and put them on the stove, bring to a boil.  As soon as they begin boiling, I take them off the stove and cover and let them sit for 15 minutes.  At this point, they are perfectly cooked and beautifully yellow inside.

Now, mash those yellows up and add 1/4 cup mayonnaise, 1/4 cup sour cream, 1/3 cup grated taco cheese, and a couple tablespoons of finely chopped green onion.

To save time and wash up of more utensils, I always put my filling in a baggie, cut a small hole on one corner, and mash out through the hole to fill the egg.  Is super easy, no mess, and looks almost as pretty as piped ones.  Enjoy!!
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Barbara said…
Everyone loves deviled eggs! I've never tried this particular recipe, but have made Ina's salmon deviled eggs.
Nice post, Peggy!
Ansh said…
The first recipe for deviled eggs I ever tried was Ina's. It is delicious.
Looks wonderful! I love Deviled Eggs...
Mary said…
I should have the one to make these with about 10 dozen eggs on hand. But nooooo, I have to make shrimp! Have to try these. Thanks.
It's really hard to beat deviled eggs! Yum! These look really good. I've never put cheese OR taco seasoning in deviled eggs before, fun idea.
Mia said…
Deviled eggs are a great food to start learn into cook with... And they taste so yummy! My mother alway/ used paprika, but tcco seasoning sounds good.

Unknown said…
What are these people talking about ...taco SEASONING???? NO!!!! Read the recipe...TACO CHEESE...Wow, no wonder the end product doesn't turn out....

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