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    Guest Post - Deviled Eggs / Dressed Eggs



    BY, PETRO NEAGU AND HER LOVELY MOM ELENA, 

    From THE SEAMAN MOM blog. Though her blog is not about cooking, her Mom is a great cook. Am thankful to my dear friend Petro for guest posting such a delicious recipe on my blog. She  accepted my request about guest posting this recipe immediately. Do visit her blog about her cute baby Ellie and also about her everyday tasks!! And don't forget to visit her post about the After Easter celebration. Once again Thank you so much Petro and Dear Elena!! 


    Deviled eggs are prepared in Europe and other Countries as a traditional Easter recipe. Eggs are rich in Choline, a nutrient essential for good memory and better functioning of cells and this recipe is such a delicious way to get all these necessary nutrients. Lets see how to prepare this yummy Easter/after Easter traditional recipe!!! Looks so delectable isn't it??, do try it out!!

    INGREDIENTS

    1. Eggs - 15
    2. Sunflower oil - As required
    3. Lemon juice - Few drops
    4. Mustard (classical or horseradish) / Red pepper powder
    5. Parsley leafs - For garnishing

    ESSENTIAL EQUIPMENTS

    1. Mixing device to mix the mayonnaise
    2. Scrapers to scrape the boiled egg yolks
    3. Medium kettle for boiling the eggs
    4. Wooden spoon to mix the mayo with mustard
    5. Little pump to spread the mixture on eggs.
    6. Very sharp knife to cut the eggs in half without breaking them (this one is a must, otherwise the boiled egg whites break and they look ugly)

    PREPARATION METHOD

    • Out of the 15 eggs, boil 13 eggs until they become very hard, say for 20 minutes. 
    • De-shell the boiled eggs and cut them into halves, take the yolks (yellow ones) from them by scraping them very carefully and keep aside. Keep one of the egg's yolk aside for preparing mayonnaise.
    • Mayonnaise preparation: 
        • Put 2 raw egg yolk and the 1 boiled egg yolk in a bowl and slowly start dropping few drops of the sunflower oil and mix well.
        • Once this small amount of oil is incorporated in the eggs, add a bit more and so on until the eggs double their size or if you prefer to make the mayonnaise richer add more oil until you're happy. 
        • But the oil must be added bit by bit, not a big amount as otherwise the eggs get watery and you'll have a hard time making them double their size.
        • If the watery problem occurs add a bit of lemon juice or a drop of mustard.
        • Add mustard to the above mixture and mix well.
    • Now mix the removed yolks (from 12 eggs) with the prepared mayonnaise mixture. 
    • Take 100 grams of this prepared mayonnaise mixture and put the mixture in a little pump and spread it inside the hard boiled whites of the eggs.
    • Finally garnish with parsley leafs on top of the finished product. 
    • Serve!!!

    TIP 1:  The mustard can be the classical one or if you love spicier food use the horseradish mustard. 

    TIP 2: The mustard can be complemented by finely mixed red pepper powder (I love this one). Out of this mayonnaise and mustard mixture she used about 100 grams for those 12 eggs. 


    Tasty and Traditional Easter Recipe is now ready!!!!

    For my other egg recipes click here!!
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    25 comments:

    1. Lovely recipe!
      Thank you my dear friend. Mom sends hugs and kisses :)
      Now if you have any ideas or tips on parenting and family I'd be honor to pay back the favor and post them on my blog.
      Ah...I keep forgetting to ask you how the Blog catalog thing went?

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      1. All credit goes to you and your lovely Mom Elena!! Thanks aunt Elena for helping me with my blog, Hugs and wishes to you Petro and Ellie.. That would be great Petro, I don't know a bit about Parenting, but family will be a better idea!! Will contact you soon Petro!! Thanks for the lovely opportunity!! Blog catalog??? I never think of it now!! I said about my Query to Tony one of the staff there, he said he'll check but no one cared to.. So got out of that!! Thanks for the care Petro.. Yet I got a lovely friend like you from BC, so thanks Blog catalog

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      1. Thanks BC indeed, thanks for each other :) Let me know if or when you put together something about family and I'd be really thrilled to publish it.

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      2. Sure Petro will contact you with something nice regarding family.. Thanks for the opportunity Petro!!!!

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    3. Done, Divya. Check the post @ http://theseamanmom.blogspot.com/2012/04/spoiled-momma.html

      Many thanks and kisses

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    4. Really tempting even being an vegetarian i love to eat these if i get a chance.

      TriFlavoredFruitPunch

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      1. Thank you Hema!! credit goes to Petro and her Mom

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    5. wow..beautiful clicks..
      Saranya
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      1. Thank you Saranya Credit goes to Petro...

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    6. Wow, this looks so good! Never had deviled eggs, I don't know why!

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    7. wow...yummmy yummm..thanks for sharing dearies..:)

      Tasty Appetite

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      1. Thanks to Petro and aunt Elena for sharing this post with me!!! Thanks Jay

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    8. delicious looking eggs
      following you on google friends nice to meet you

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      1. Yeah they are delicious!! Thanks for following!!!

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    9. Lovely eggs
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      1. Thank you Avika... Do visit again you have a lovely blog too!!

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    12. I love devilled eggs, and these look extra delicious with the wonderful homemade mayonnaise. Thank you for sharing this lovely recipe with us at Hearth and Soul.

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    13. This looks amazing! Thank you for sharing :). Glad I found your awesome blog!!
      xoxo
      Ash
      http://abpetite.blogspot.com/

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