Where did deviled eggs get their name?

Answer The term "deviled" was originally used to describe heavily seasoned dishes. The term first appeared in print in the late 1700s, though the exact date is debated. By the 1800s, "deviled" described h... Read More »

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Why do they call Deviled eggs, DEVILED EGGS What is a simple receipe?

"Deviled" is in reference to the fiery spices (sometimes) added to make the egg stuffing. It's a word that goes back to the 18th century as a verb meaning to cook something with fiery hot spices or... Read More »

How long should I boil eggs to make deviled eggs?

Deviled eggs are hard-boiled eggs cut in half and filled with a flavored yolk mixture. To hard boil eggs, cover the eggs with an inch of cold water and bring them to a boil. Once they boil, take th... Read More »

Deviled eggs?

after you boil and peel them. slice the egg in half pop the yolk into a bowl, {save the whites} mash them all up add 2 tablespoons miracle whip, 1 teaspoon mustard, 1 teaspoon pickle relish and 1 ... Read More »

How to Make Deviled Eggs?

Popular all over Europe and the United States, deviled eggs are a classic side dish, enjoyed by many as a party food. The eggs can be topped with your favorite toppings including bacon, salmon and ... Read More »