Posted: 2/22/2011 1:09:59 PM
Yummy,i love these deviled eggs! Also if you want to add to a recipe post in the tips section that's why it there :)
Posted: 8/28/2010 12:27:30 PM
Please folks review means reviewing THIS recipe not sending us ideas of what you changed .
This deviled egg recipe is delicious as it was made by Pillsbury.
Posted: 7/9/2010 5:13:05 PM
these deviled eggs are delicious. they are very creamy.
Posted: 5/13/2010 5:29:56 PM
I've been making deviled eggs similar to these for years, but I make them with Ranch dressing mix, mayonnaise, sour cream, a bit of mustard, thinly sliced green onions and a pinch of Cayenne for a little kick. Everybody loves em! Ranch dressing really gives a lot of flavor to deviled eggs.
Posted: 3/28/2010 3:05:39 PM
When I was a little boy and up until yesteday, I thought that my Mom made the best Deviled Eggs in the "Whole wide world!" But, this recipe....you guys must have copied it from her, as these deviled eggs tasted EXACTLY like her's! I know they didn't have "Ranch Dressing" then, and I obviously don't know what she used instead.....but your recipe really brought tears to my eyes while I was savoring and enjoying not only those develed eggs but the memories as well!
I could only rate this one as a five star recipe as there was no ten on the scale!
Thanks to ALL of you there!
Posted: 3/9/2010 6:46:49 PM
An easier way to get the filling into the eggs is to spoon it into a plastic baggie,cut off a corner and squeeze it into the egg
Posted: 1/16/2010 7:50:56 PM
Celery salt or seeds both sound great, but the crunch of chopped celery was also nice. I vamped my eggs up with some bacon bits on top.
Posted: 11/10/2009 5:07:34 PM
Nice, but I changed it up a bit: only 1 tablespoon of ranch, a whole teaspoon of yellow mustard, another generous teaspood of deli mustard (or Coleman's, or Dijon), dash of tabasco, tiny dash of vinegar, and blessed salt* (*then they become Angeled Eggs). And instead of the chopped celery, 2 or 3 tablespoons of green olives with pimentos finely chopped, and add paprika to mixture, rather than on top as a garnish. It's prettier, also, if you have the time to pipe it from a pastry bag.
retired chef said:
Posted: 6/5/2009 9:54:37 PM
I like the recipe, but I skip the celery and use a dash of celery salt instead. Also, the term "Deviled" means that the dish is supposed to be a bit spicy. Usually cayenne pepper is used. For deviled eggs, I use a couple of dashes of Tabasco, and bit of turmeric to make the filling really yellow.
Posted: 6/4/2009 6:11:02 PM
I like this recipe because it's so simple. I omitted the celery and used celery seed and only 2 tablespoons of the Ranch Dressing and added 1 tablespoon of plain yogurt, which gives it a bit of a zip. YUM!