Who needs a fussy deviled egg recipe when there's a mountain of hard-boiled eggs to get through? Devouring the eggs can be as simple as deviling them with this four ingredient recipe. The version calls for honey Dijon mustard, which gives the egg filling a sweet touch and cayenne pepper for an unexpected, spicy kick.
Deviled eggs are quite possibly America's most beloved appetizer — so why not whip up a few for a devilishly delicious Halloween? Once you've mastered the basic technique that's shown here in the video, get creative, and add black and orange touches like paprika and caviar on top as a garnish. Ready to see how it's done? Watch now!
Crunchy fried green tomatoes add an element of necessary fried goodness to the menu. Mini grilled cheese and ham sandwiches are a crowd-pleasing classic. If you're hosting a Kentucky Derby shindig, I highly recommend you check out these recipes after the break.
Start the soirée after dinner and you won't have to worry about serving a complex menu. Instead offer a few fun bar snacks like vampire nut mix. This easy-to-make mixture of nuts gets a vibrant red color from cayenne pepper. Sprinkle won ton wrappers with cheese and bake; the resulting snack resembles bat wings.
Make deviled eggs look like the actual devil by adding a chive beard and bell pepper horns. To check out these quick, simple, crowd-pleasing bites, get the recipes and read more
Today is World Egg Day, and I'll be celebrating by eating eggs — one of my favorite foods ever — all day long. As I mentioned before, there are countless ways to eat them, but tonight I want to serve eggs as an appetizer in one of my beloved dishes: deviled eggs. The basic recipe is incredibly simple, yet there are so many ways to display a sophisticated take on them. Are you ready to see how? Then let's get cracking!
As a kid, one of my favorite eats was a deviled egg. My mom went through a phase where she made them all the time — sometimes in small batches of one or two — and I was fortunate enough to share them with her. However, now that I'm on my own, I never eat them. It's not that I don't want to, it's that I forget to. Luckily, all that is going to change today. Why? Because it's National Deviled Egg Day! So join me in my celebrations; get the recipe, just read more
One of the reasons why I love the holidays so much, is because they allow me to make a big celebratory meal that is shared with friends and family. I adore making delectable dinners and hosting dinner parties, so this week I propose we host (me in my house, you in yours) an Easter dinner party for our friends and families. (More of an Easter brunch type? Don't worry I got you covered as well!) I've made the invites shaped like the cutest eggs and now I have to figure out what we will be eating. I can't have a dinner without at least one appetizer and what says Easter more than eggs? I'll have plates of deviled eggs awaiting my guests and follow those up with a first course of spring in a bowl: sweet pea soup. Want the recipes, you'll have to read more