Tzatziki Dill Deviled Eggs
Move out of the way Aunt Mildred, your boring old deviled eggs are no longer going to be the star of the family gatherings. This recipe takes tangy tzatziki sauce and combines it with savory deviled eggs to make a dish that is going to surprise everyone in the best way possible.
This recipe took FOREVER to perfect. I had dreams about…seriously. Trying to find the perfect mixture of ingredients was difficult but it definitely paid off. Try out this recipe and let me know what you think!
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Deviled Eggs WITHOUT Mayo
Mayo haters rejoice! These delicious deviled eggs are made with out MAYO. The recipe combines Greek yogurt with cream cheese to create the perfect tangy creamy flavor that plays perfectly with dill. And I promise it will please any mayo lover too :-)
How to get Easy peel hard boiled eggs
Okay, so I cheated here guys. I used *gasp* an egg cooker to make my boiled eggs. But why not? I LOVE my egg cooker. It is so easy to make the perfect boiled egg that could not be easier to peel. Just look at those perfect golden yolks. I have had my Cuisinart egg cooker for years and it has yet to fail me.
*NOTE: Use an ice bath to cool your eggs after cooking them in the egg cooker. This will avoid your eggs from turning green. I also find that they are much easier to peel after taking a dip in the cold waters.
Don’t have an egg cooker and NOT interested in adding another gadget to your kitchen? This is an awesome post that goes through a few egg boiling options.
Use a plastic bag to help pipe the yolk mixture into the egg whites. Make sure to cut a big enough hole at the end of the bag to allow the cucumber to pass through.
Having trouble filling the bag? Place it over a glass and spoon the mixture in.