Today is National Deviled Egg Day! Here’s a Recipe You’ll Love
Today is National Deviled Egg Day and at Chino Valley Ranchers, we’re pretty excited about it. What’s in a deviled egg, you ask? Well, it all starts with a good egg. Chino Valley Rancher’s eggs are guaranteed to make the most mouth-watering deviled eggs you’ve tasted, because they’re organic, and laid from the happiest of chickens.
Whether you’re going to a potluck or getting a head-start prep for Thanksgiving, these Chino Valley Ranchers’ deviled eggs are sure to be the talk of any party.
What You’ll Need
- Chino Valley Ranchers’ eggs
- Bring your eggs to boil.
To get started, bring a pot of water to a rolling boil and gently add your Chino Valley Ranchers eggs in with a slotted spoon. We’ve found that a perfectly boiled egg takes 12 minutes to boil. There is no need to bring your eggs to room temperature; you can start cooking them straight from the fridge. The water should naturally reduce to a simmer, due to the addition of cold eggs, but make sure to maintain the simmer for about 12 minutes.
- Prepare your filling.
Once the 12 minutes are up, remove the eggs from the hot water and allow them to cool in a bowl of ice water. Peel your eggs, cut them in half (length-wise) and scoop the yolks into a medium bowl. Add enough mayonnaise to create a creamy consistency, and mash in a bit of mustard. Then, sprinkle in some salt and pepper to bring out the flavors.
- Assemble your deviled eggs.
Using a spoon or a piping bag, fill your empty egg whites evenly with the yolk mixture. Add paprika for a nice but deviled garnish. Enjoy right away or cover and store in the refrigerator for your evening get-together!
Deviled eggs have a delightful amount of options for you to top them off with. Bacon is always a classic, and paprika is practically a staple. But, don’t let that stop you! Cheese, anchovies, sour cream, onion, caviar, olives – all these delectable ingredients can be added to your deviled eggs.
Make sure to have your deviled eggs stand out by using organic, grass-fed Chino Valley Ranchers’ eggs located at a store near you. You’ll surely please any guests when they arrive!