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Egg Hors d'Oeuvres

Martha Stewart Weddings, 2006

For a shower or wedding reception, elevate classic deviled eggs to gourmet status by mixing in salmon and dill, roasted red pepper and creme fraiche, or a medley of fresh herbs (tarragon, parsley, chives, dill, and chervil). Pipe filling into the hollows of medium-size hardboiled-egg halves, then hint at the flavor with a simple garnish: a square of smoked salmon and a dill sprig, a red pepper curl, or a chervil leaf.

Fresh-Herb Deviled Eggs
Roasted-Red-Pepper Deviled Eggs
Smoked-Salmon Deviled Eggs

Comments (4)

  • ShanaleeS 19 Nov, 2008

    Shells and hard boiled eggs can work!! Boil the water (with NO eggs) for around 10 minutes or when you see the water to start boiling. Then drop your eggs in the hot water. Set the time for 13 - 15 minutes. After 13 - 15 minutes, place the pot in the sink and run cold water (or let them soak in cold) until you are able to handle them. When peeling them, leave a small stream of cold water running over the egg so the shells pull right off.

  • ShanaleeS 19 Nov, 2008

    Shells and hard boiled eggs can work!! Boil the water (with NO eggs) for around 10 minutes or when you see the water to start boiling. Then drop your eggs in the hot water. Set the time for 13 - 15 minutes. After 13 - 15 minutes, place the pot in the sink and run cold water (or let them soak in cold) until you are able to handle them. When peeling them, leave a small stream of cold water running over the egg so the shells pull right off.

  • atlantagrrl 26 Oct, 2008

    Also, sometimes the shells stick if you overcook them - or if the eggs aren't very fresh. I put them in a pot of cool water, then bring them to a boil, boil for 12 minutes and then immediately transfer them to a bowl of ice water so that they don't keep cooking.

  • heatherannelovesfood 19 Sep, 2008

    these are delicious. how do you not have the shell stick to the egg? Everytime I make deviled eggs the shells stick and the egg white is all peeled.