National Deviled Egg Day

National Deviled Egg Day

Egg lovers will be astonished to learn that eggs can be made deliciously with little effort.

Deviled eggs are not evil, but they can be enjoyed at parties, buffets and as a starter to dinner. You can make them by boiling eggs and then cutting them in half. Then you mix the yolks with mayonnaise and mustard. They are often seasoned with curry powder or cayenne, but you can also add bacon or fish to make them more fancy.

Deviled eggs are an old dish. Recipes from Ancient Rome first referenced them. They may be served in different countries with different flavors. For example, in France, Germany, and the Netherlands, they are often prepared with fresh tomato and parsley. They are more likely in Sweden to be served with yolks mixed with sourcream and chopped chives. In Hungary, you might get them mixed with milk-soaked whitebread if you ask.

Deviled eggs are so well-liked in America that plates and trays made specifically for them can be found. If you’re looking for a quick and healthy snack while shopping, you can find them prepared and packaged in supermarkets.

You can celebrate National Deviled Egg Day by hard boiling eggs. Once they are cooled, you will need to scoop out the yolk and mix it with mayonnaise, spices, and then re-stuff them with your chosen mixture. Mix in mustard and some curry powder if you like it spicier. You’re ready for the fun part!


Feb 11 2025


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