Inside the Mind of Isadora

Deviled Eggs


The weekly photo challenge is ‘Order.’ If you’d like to see the photos I selected for my photography blog click here.

While seaching for the photo challenge, I came across this deviled eggs photograph. I remembered I had a recipe from a few years back. The deviled eggs are in perfect order. I thought I’d add the photograph and recipe here. Summer is upon us. If you’re going to a cookout or merely having cocktails with friends this a a tasty appetizer for you to serve.

Recipe Ingredients:
eggs ( brown or white )
sea salt
pepper (white)
red peppers in olive oil ( optional )
green or black olives ( optional )
tow teaspoons or smaller spoon and a serving tray

Place eggs in cold water in a pan on the stove on high
When they are at a rapid boil cover and shut off heat
Let stand

In a small food processor – put the mayonnaise, mustard, salt, pepper, garlic – pulse lightly to mix

Peel and cut eggs in half – remove the yolk and put into food processor

Pulse mixture until creamy – if you prefer – you can leave it slightly chunky

Place egg whites halves on serving tray

With on teaspoon gather your mixture – with the other teaspoon slide mixture onto egg whites from the first teaspoon. Fill to capacity.

Garnish with slivers of red peppers in olive oil or black or green olives.


*****I’m sure you’re wondering why I haven’t given you the quantities for each item in the recipe. It turns out my Dad taught me how to make these deviled eggs. He was a cook in the army. I’m not sure if he made them during the time he was cooking in the service. Can you imagine how many deviled eggs his quantities would have to be? When I would ask him for the amounts, he always said, “All good cooks taste as they go along”.


Isadora 😎

Author: Inside the Mind of Isadora

Intriguing, sensitive, mysterious, loving, artistic and crackling with excitement for life is a pretty good description of who I am. I just retired from the world of art where I sold my Artfully Designed Handmade Jewelry for 28 years; although, art will always be a part of who I am no matter what venue I choose to express it in.

21 thoughts on “Deviled Eggs

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  2. They look awesome 😀

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  3. Now they look lush, I’m sitting here wondering how many I could eat!

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  4. Sounds yummy! I haven’t had deviled eggs in quite some time. I’ll have to remedy that! 😉


  5. Great recipe! 💖

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  6. I love deviled eggs except that I always have problems separating the shells from the eggs and end up tearing up the whites. Do you know an easy way of doing this?

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  7. How long do you let them stand after you shut off the heat?

    I learned two ways years ago. Bring the water and eggs to a boil, shut off the heat, and let sit for 20 minutes was the first way that I learned. The other way is bring the water and eggs to a boil and boil for 8 minutes. Then proceed with the rest of the instructions.

    I don’t have specific quantities for my deviled eggs, either.

    Have a blessed day. 🙂


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