Deviled Eggs

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What will you do with all those leftover hard boiled colored Easter Eggs? Why not make deviled eggs out of them? They are already cooked so half the work is already done.

Click on the link below to view the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card.

https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/07/10/deviled-eggs-2

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  1. Mmmmm! I love deviled eggs!! Have loved them since I was a kid with a very strict religious grandfather who, when asked to “please pass the deviled eggs”, would get very angry and shout “They are SPICED eggs!”. Just to tweek him I would sometimes take a deviled egg and poke bits of red bell pepper on as horns and a tail. πŸ˜‰

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      • Even though it was just two of us, my mom and me, on the long holidays from Memorial Day through Labor Day, my mom would make a bunch of cold salads so we did not have to be cooking and minimal dishes. She used to make deviled eggs all the time. She also made taco salad and she’d send some next door to our neighbor and we still had a lot. It had elbow macaroni in it, instead of putting it into a shell (like the bowl-type shells) and everything else was the same, spicy as it had taco seasoning and had tortilla chips on the side) … I think I ate 3/4s of it, my mom was not big on spicy food.

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