Di's Delicious Deluxe Deviled Eggs
These tasty deviled eggs are always a BIG hit. I'm constantly asked to share the recipe. You'll love them, too! Add more hot sauce if you really want to make them deviled!
These tasty deviled eggs are always a BIG hit. I'm constantly asked to share the recipe. You'll love them, too! Add more hot sauce if you really want to make them deviled!
This is how my Mom has been making deviled eggs since I can remember. The celery and onions need to be chopped very fine. For a great presentation place mixture into a plastic bag and cut off the corner, you can then pipe it into your egg halves.Read More
Sorry Di, but I hated the addition of the celery and onion. I wanted to make sure they were chopped finely, so I put them in my mini processor and it was still too crunchy. I followed the recipe exactly and they were much too tasteless.Read More
This is how my Mom has been making deviled eggs since I can remember. The celery and onions need to be chopped very fine. For a great presentation place mixture into a plastic bag and cut off the corner, you can then pipe it into your egg halves.
Really, really good, I added a good shot of dijon mustard. And used red onion as my onions of choice and it was a hit! Have to guard the fridge so they can make it Easter dinner!
Di-Effing-Licious I had my doubts about this recipe but they were the best deviled eggs i've ever had, my family loved them!!! If you are looking for classic deviled eggs check out the recipe at goodegg.com. If you want 'em "kicked up a notch" you've found the right recipe. Next time i'm definately adding more redhot. Thanks Di!
I am well known for my deviled eggs, or I should say my old deviled eggs. I made this recipe for a party and I have to admit it was better than my old recipe. The onions and celery add just the right amount of kick to the filling. Thanks Di!
This was ok. It is a little bland as is. Adding sweet pickled relish and yellow mustard improved the taste. Thanks.
We really liked these deviled eggs. Instead of celery and salt I used celery salt. I loved it. That is what I put in my tuna fish also. This is a very simple recipe where the results are great.
I was careful with the mayo and instead of hot pepper sauce, used cayenne and white pepper to spice up the base mixture which worked amazingly well. Even the white pepper alone was powerful and robust. I added a bit of horseradish/honey mustard (1 tablespoon) to give it extra kick or 'devil' and used paprika as garnish as directed and chilled. The mild modifications kicked this recipie up alot of notches! I still prefer WARM devil eggs (weird I know) but still love these in the traditional chill mode.
These were very good! I ended up adding a little dijon mustard and a little extra celery, but the recipe was good just as written also. Thanks for the recipe. :)
I used wasabi mayo and substituted red onion for white. It was just the right amount of kick. I love the teture the onion and celery gave to the eggs.
Super Yummy and my new go-to deviled egg recipe! Thank you! I loved the addition of the hot sauce. The only thing I did differently was to add a tsp of dijon mustard, and I used celery seed instead of celery since my husband hates celery.
Oh dear god these were delicious! I made them at Halloween and used food coloring to make the yolk mixture bright orange and the whites lime green! Looked eerie and tasted like heaven! I got so many compliments on them!
It never failed y'all, I couldn't make deviled eggs if my life depended on it. They were too runny, too much mayo, not enough, spices were wrong, you name it and I've had it happen with the end result being all eggs and accompanying yolks hit the garbage--each and EVERY time I tried to make them--no kidding! Time to head to the ONLY cooking website I use and the hunt was on! Sure enough, I found Di's INCREDIBLE edible deviled eggs and we ain't talking a TV commercial here either! But we could be because these are that GOOD! They are indeed INCREDIBLE!! I've never had deviled eggs with celery and onion but hey, I'm game and so glad I was! They are absolutely DELICIOUS! I did make sure those 2 ingredients were very finely chopped & its now the only recipe I use. I've never been a big fan of "spicy" so in lieu of the "dash of hot sauce" I substituted a "dash of French's "regular" mustard" and my days of never being able to make deviled eggs has come to an end thanks to Di! :o ) Its a genuine "red letter, mark it on your calendar" day when I get compliments for deviled eggs! If you're like me and wondered about the celery & onion being part of it--DON'T! They really are WONDERFUL! The truth of it rang REAL true when I had to make another batch because I ate all 6 prepared eggs in one day!!! Needless to say, I had to make another batch for the cookout! ;o) Give it try you won't be disappointed.
Sorry Di, but I hated the addition of the celery and onion. I wanted to make sure they were chopped finely, so I put them in my mini processor and it was still too crunchy. I followed the recipe exactly and they were much too tasteless.
my favorite deviled eggs. I pretty much follow this recipie except I use a little less onion. I add a little mustard and about 1 teaspoon of white vinegar and 1/2 t. of sugar, and a little pickles any kind is fine sweet or dill, or hot sweet even better. Better double or at least 1 1/2 as these go so quickly.
They were ok, but didn't wow me. I actually ended up adding other things to the mix to give them a little kick. I added garden onions in with the celery and I added some spicy brown mustard and some of my home made zucchini relish to the mix. This made it taste way better!
Very Yummy :)
Definitely love this recipe but it is missing something so I added very finely chopped dill relish, 1 T white vinegar & 1 T yellow mustard & 1 T dijon mustard. (Note that I also tripled the recipe so that is for 18 eggs.) And I LOVE the hint of spicy with the hot pepper sauce!!! Thanks Di!
Great recipe. I added some minced parsley along with the paprika for Christmas colors of red and green.
Really, really good. I used red onion.
This recipe for deviled eggs is fabulous! Great flavor and the texture the finely chopped onions and celery give is so yummy! The only alteration I made is adding 1 tbsp of spicy dijon mustard, otherwise a perfect recipe!
Good, but needs more zing. Maybe add mustard
Delish! The addition of celery gives an awesome crunch :)
wonderful flavor.. i can never seem to cook the eggs quite right though!
Just one word.... 'egg'celent!!!
A lot of flavor in these. I used safflower mayo.
I tried to like them, but both my husband and I thought they were not worth the effort to "tweak." I'll just go back to the old one I was using.
My family loved this recipe. I did three kinds of Deviled eggs just for a "taste test" and this one won theprize!
Loved the addition of finely diced celery & onion (though not as much as the recipe calls for), but we needed to add some dijon & relish to give this enough flavor. Topped with paprika, black pepper & olives - they were well received!
not a fan of these. the spice was nice but I am used to a more basic deviled egg recipe. I never use onion or celery- and now I know I prefer it that way. Was worth a try and allowed a nice photo opportunity because they are pretty. but 3 stars is all I have for this one. A positive note: I will be adding a little bit of hot pepper sauce to my own recipe. that part rocked. Who doesn't love a little kick now and then?
Easy and delicious!
These were so popular when I made them for a recent party! The celery was an unusual, but tasty addition and they were so easy to make. Will definitely make them again.
Good, I like the addition of the celery and onion. Just seemed something missing that you usually get in a deviled egg - no vinegar in this one? But for those who don't like vinegar these are a good alternative. As others have mentioned, make sure the onion and celery are chopped VERY WELL!
These were good. I like the crunch of the celery and onion, however it still lacked flavor.
This classic has been saved in my recipe box! I tripled it for my husband's retirement party, that I was catering. These were the first to go! Recipe was followed as it is. I did cheat and use celery FLAKES and dried minced onion.(these re-hydrated in the mayonnaise. This is a perfect recipe. Thanks Hipps for sharing with us.
Made as is. :) Was great.
Excellent recipe! :D Tip: Press the yolks through a sieve - makes it creamy and lump-free!
I just finished wrapping these up to put them in the fridge. My family is raving over them! I used several "dashes" of hot sauce -- about 2 tsp, I would say, and topped them with bacon bits. They're delicious! :)
I should have chopped my onions much, much finer!! Super fine! The crunch of the onions with this mixture was not good! But, if all ingredients are blended well to a puree texture the flavor is perfect!!
Disappointing. After so many great reviews, I was expecting a much more tasty result. The flavor was bland. Couldn't taste anything but onion. I had to add way more hot sauce than in the recipe just to give the filling some flavor.
They came out great!!! I made them exactly as the recipe said and they were most definitely a hit at our function! Most definitely will make these again!
These are good. We dyed the inside pink for our 50's style retro birthday party.
These deviled eggs are the best. I usually use the leftover for egg salad sandwich and it's still very good.
Made 24 of these for our cookout and only had 10 by the time the company arrived. So simple yet so loved. I also cut the mayo in half and substituted fat free sour cream. No one noticed.... :-).
I added extra hour sauce but still didnt taste it so I was disappointed. I think for someone who likes celery and onions, they would be top knotch BUT for me they were a no go. It's not one of those recipes that hide the onion taste, it's obvious it's there. I wrong make then again based on my taste
I realy like this recipe....it will be the one I use from now on. I love the spicy kick in them....I add a little extra.
these are perfect deviled eggs! i made the recipe pretty much to the t....I did use red onion and left out the salt. im addicted!!
Excellent as written!!! I made these for a party but they never got there! me and my boyfriend couldn't help nibbling on these delicacies!!
Hello.. i wanted to thank you for this recipe! I made it a few days ago and my darling LOVED it!!!! (i loved it also :P :P) i didn't put onions as i don't like raw onion and paprika as i didn't have any at home but i put black pepper instead.
Delicious and very easy! Also very good with black caviar instead of the paprika (or both)! I added a little dijon mustard for some zip.
Were the best deviled eggs I've ever made! The only thing I did differently, was add relish to it. I used Wickles wickedly delicious relish to it. Everyone ate them right up.
Delicious !! Just tried those for the first time - LOVED them!! My mom and I ate so many .. not the mayors of healthy-town ..
The onion made these made these totally unedible. My onions were sharp and they overwhelmed the yolk mixture. I still have nothing but onion flavor in my mouth after just tasting the stuff. If I ever try this recipe again I will use less than half the onion or perhaps caramelize it first, but I think onion powder would work better,
I don't get all the rave reviews. I found the eggs edible, but there wasn't the depth of flavor I enjoy in the recipes with mustard in the ingredients. My kids loved it, but I won't be making this recipe again.
Delicious! Especially with a dash of Frank's Hot Sauce and a little Garlic Powder.
These were quite good. I followed the recipe and finished with smoked Spanish paprika. My kids and hubby liked them as well.
Very good. The flavors mix great together. I added a little more than 1 dash of hot sauce, and thought it brought out the flavors better. Also made it more zesty.
Thanks Di, this is super easy and very yummy. A keeper in my recipe book. :)
I made these using red onion,and did add more hot sauce than recommended-and they are awesome!The onion is what makes them.My Mom and Dad ate them at my picnic and called the next day for the recipe...and my Mom *hates* deviled eggs!?! Di-you are the reigning egg queen at my house from now on-thanks for sharing!!!
I haven't found a deviled egg recipe that I absolutely love yet but this one will work until then, or with a few adjustments. The onion and celery add a very nice egg-salad-like quality to these but the lack of mustard makes them somewhat plain. I plan to try this again with a few changes!
perfect blend of ingredients! (i added some dijon mustard & used a lite mayo) but it got good reviews from our dinner guests; recipe is a definite keeper. =)
A great recipe. Everyone always loves them.
Excellent! They were a big hit. Gone in minutes.
This was my first attempt at deviled eggs. I don't personally like them but I made them for a party- they were gone!! everyone loved them. Made the recipe exactly as stated.
Eggcellent! I have a company potluck tomorrow and decided to made this one in triplicate. I am not disappointed. Thanks Di, whoever you are!
i used miracle whip for the mayo and didn't have any hot sauce and bf didn't want it spicy anyway. I added some black pepper also. We really enjoyed the 'crunch" of the veggs. will make it again for sure
I have never liked deviled eggs (or hard boiled eggs for that matter) but I like these more each day I have some! I did leave out the celery (forgot it at the store) but next time I will put it in for some crunch. No onion for me though! My husband though they were just like his grandma used to make them.
The most delicious Deviled Eggs i've ever had eaten or made:)
These deviled eggs are decent, but it's missing some umph. I haven't figured it out yet, but when I do, I'll update. It still sells out out though. :)
I'm not exactly sure how to rate this since I do not like hard boiled eggs. I did try one and these aren't dry, flat and tasteless like other deviled eggs I've had. I could actually eat these. The only thing I changed was I added quite a bit more hot sauce to give it more of a kick. Everyone liked them but I don't think they are exceptional since I wasn't asked for the recipe but still pretty good.
Delish, they were a huge hit on New Yrs eve.
Amazing. Definitely better than plain ol' deviled eggs. I'm craving these NOW!
I have been searching for a great deviled egg recipe and this is it! I added dill instead of paprika for the garnish but this recipe is fantastic!
Deeelish! I've never put anything but relish in my eggs before but wanted something new. This is a winner! I did add a smidgen of mustard, though, and used a chipotle hot sauce which gave it a nice smoky flavor. Di, your Delicious Deluxe Deviled Eggs are now in my recipe box! Thanks!
NOT GOOD. I was really looking forward to trying this recipe since it had so many good reviews. I followed the recipe exactly, chopped the onion and celery very fine. It was bland yet onion-y. So I added mustard to try to help it, but there was nothing that could save this recipe. Just not good. I DO NOT recommend.
After finishing this recipe, I wish I would have just put all of the ingredients together in a blender. I originally didn't do this as I was wanting the crunch of the onions and celery, but I had to double this recipe for my event. By the time I was done finely chopping the celery and onions, I still had to peel the eggs. It ended up being pretty time-consuming. Next time I will not care as much about the "crunch." The taste was wonderful, though!
The deviled eggs were great,they made to die for appetizers.This is a recipe I will use again and again.
The first time I made these, they turned out wonderfully, but for some reason the second time, they were a little runny, so I ended up adding instant potato flakes to thicken them up. Worked like a charm and no one was the wiser.
These were eggcellent!! Exactly what a Deviled Eggs should taste like. A great way to use up eggs. I put the filling in a sandwhich bag, cut off a corner and piped the filling into the egg whites. Don't forget that older eggs work best for peeling!
Delicious! A perfect Deviled Egg! It reminds me of an egg salad sandwich (w/out the bread of course!) Also, removing the eggs from boiling point and allowing it to cool for 12 min makes the perfect hard boiled egg. Doing it this way you get a pefect yellow yolk instead of the ugly green ring around the yolk that you see sometimes! THX.
I made these over the weekend and the family loved them! Great recipe! Definitely will be making again.
Amazing!!! They are like mini egg salads.
I'm not an egg fan, but I made these for Easter and they got rave reviews, so I tried one....not bad!
good standard recipe. missed a little tang....
Very simple, good recipe. My family enjoyed it very much. Especially love the splash of hot sauce!!
Delicious Devield Eggs!!!
Out of 6 of us, 2 love deviled eggs and they loved these. Very simple to make, and I made them exactly as the recipe said. My husband does prefer red pepper over paprika, but my son preferred the paprika. Either way, these were a hit in our house for them. Thank you.
Fast and easy recipe. I added turkey bacon and everyone loved it.
excellent! use in egg salad sandwhiches!
This is exactly the way I make deviled eggs. The recipe is also exactly how my mother makes her eggs as well. I never had a deviled egg that would make me want to deviate from this recipe. I am always asked to bring the eggs for any pot luck gathering.
omg! these r 2 die 4! (ina good way) the celery gives it a little crunch, n my family loved them!! ty 4 this recipe
These were absolutely fabulous. Loved the crunchy onions and celery! I chopped them up real fine. Followed recipe to a "t"... Husband loved these!
I used green onion as that is what I had on hand. I substituted fat free plain yogurt for the mayo to cut down on calories. These were really just ok for us. Pretty bland. Probably 2 stars for taste but I added an extra to be fair since I did substitute a bit. Oh well, my search for the perfect deviled egg continues.....