Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Tasty Tuesday: Angel Eggs Turned Easter Eggs

I love Deviled Eggs. But I was told on Easter they should be called Angel Eggs. Hence the post title. Anyways, I love my step-mom's Angel Eggs and wanted to pay tribute to her recipe but add some twists of my own! My Angel Eggs have been turned into a super fun dish, perfect for Easter! Here's how you make your Easter Eggs! 

9 Large Eggs - Hard Boiled
1/2 C Mayonaise
1 tbsp Dijon Mustard
Salt and Pepper to taste
Paprika for a garnish
Food Coloring for FUN!

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1. Once your eggs are cooled down peel them and pat the dry. 
2. Set up your food coloring pools. I picked green, blue, and pink. 
3. Scoop out the yolk of each egg half and put in a bowl to set aside for later.
4. Color your eggs to your desired color. I only let mine sit for about 15-20 seconds each. I was going for the pastel look.

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5. After you take each egg out of the color pool, or bath, whatever you want to call it, set on a paper towel briefly to absorb any extra liquid. Transfer all eggs to a desired egg holder. I used a pyrex container because I will most likely be taking these to my parents house tonight. 

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6. In the bowl with the egg yolks, mix in the mayo, mustard, salt, and pepper. Mix very well. 
7. Because its easier for me, I used a piping bag to get the yolk mixture into the eggs. You can get the piping bag and tips at Walmart for a good price. 

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8. Add the paprika if you want and you are ready to go! Enjoy! 
9. I did snack on a few, but I put the rest in the fridge to set before I transport them! 

Adding color to the eggs takes them for typical holiday/picnic food to perfect Easter appetizer! 

However you make these Easter eggs, enjoy! 

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