Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Devilish Egg Benedict – Deviled Egg with New Twist

Deviled eggs are one of the simplest and best recipes that have stood the test of time. It’s a crowd pleaser and perfect for parties and get together. There are plenty of people who don’t like the egg yolk part but when mixed with other ingredients like salsa, spices and other scrumptious sauces and ingredients and stuffed back again, this whole egg recipe reach to an another level. The deviled name comes from the fact that hot sauce is usually mixed with the yolks along with mayonnaise, salt and pepper, but the seasonings can be changed easily. So in the history of century’s food which is spicy or hot in flavors are rather considered as “deviled”. In this mustard, pepper and other types of chilies are used to make this recipe hot.

To make a perfect deviled egg, it is important to boil egg properly. Perfectly hard boiled eggs are required for this recipe. One easy tip – Older eggs peels much more easily than the new ones. So, whenever you are making a deviled eggs use the one week old eggs for it.

One of the most common way to cook deviled egg recipe is mixing the yolk with salsa sauce. However, trying new recipe each day doesn’t make any struggle here. In fact, it’s always advisable to experiment in the kitchen in search of some new flavors and taste. Mixing the ideas of two recipes together really makes an interesting twist here. Mixing the egg yolks with hollandaise sauce can make the recipe really smooth and yummy. Ideally hollandaise sauce is served over the egg benedicts but mix this sauce with yolk, add some tangy lemony flavors, spices and bacon pieces. This combination would have make you drool for sure. Eggs and bacons are the most favorite combo loved by all of us. And serving hollandaise sauce over this recipe is just cherry on the top. 

Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Cooking Time: 10 minutes
Ingredients – 
  1. 8 hard cooked eggs, halved
  2. 1 Tbsp. lemon juice
  3. ½ tsp. mustard powder
  4. 1 package Knorr’s Hollandaise sauce mix, prepared according to package directions, divided
  5. 1 lb. asparagus, trimmed and cooked
  6. 4 ounces Canadian bacon, finely chopped and cooked
Method –
  1. Remove egg yolks and reserve the egg whites. Mash yolks with lemon juice, mustard powder, and 1/3 cup prepared Knorr’s Hollandaise sauce mix
  2. Spoon or with a pastry bag pipe egg yolk mixture into egg whites. Arrange asparagus on serving platter, top with filled eggs.
  3.  Drizzle with remaining Hollandaise sauce, then sprinkle with bacon. 

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This is one of the interesting recipe that you can try. Likewise instead of adding hollandaise sauce, you can mix the egg yolks with guacamole too. Guacamole is healthy and the taste of avocado is just too good with the egg yolk mixture. Many people also prefer mixing it with mayonnaise and with other spicy ingredients to make this recipe simply incredible.

Just make sure the yolk should have buttery smooth texture with little spicy and hotness. It should just melt into your mouth. Serve this, in parties it’s an absolute hit recipe which is loved by all. A perfect appetizer and finger food. Take it for a picnic or serve them on game day. This recipe would always be appreciated. Just keep changing the flavors and taste and make it delectable. 

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