Thursday, April 9, 2009

Kids Make Deviled Eggs

We couldn't very well have a food appreciation class without something to snack on. So while our Salvadoran curtido is curing, the kids made these deviled eggs.

Actually, I hardboiled the eggs ahead of time in the manner described in our earlier post. Then the kids peeled the eggs and we whipped 1 dozen yolks with 1/4 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard and 1/2 teaspoon salt.

To finish the eggs, we spooned our finshed yolk mix into a plastic storage bag, cut off the tip of one corner and squeezed the mix into the whites. The plastic bag makes a very efficient pastry sack. Simply dust with a little paprika.

Can I just say, kids love deviled eggs.


Nurse Triage said...

Sounds so very easy and really like a child's play....will make my children of the summer camp do the same...thanks for sharing the beautiful idea.

Ed Bruske said...

Who doesn't like deviled eggs? Your kids will have great fun.

Aimie said...

Great looking dish! Make me hungry!

Sustanon said...

Now that's one great idea. Thanks for the tip.

Katya said...

Great idea! Wow! Yummy Yummy!